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Welcome to another edition of The Homeschool Showcase, here at Schooling a Monkey every other Monday. This week, I’m sharing spring homeschooling resources from top homeschooling bloggers!
I always like to plan a few fun homeschooling activities around the current season. Although right now it is cold and rainy, it has been warm and sunny here for the past week and all our flowers are in bloom! We are so ready for spring here.
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Spring Homeschooling Resources
Get ready to embrace spring educational style with these spring homeschooling resources.
Learn to make flowers from egg cartons in this simple spring craft!
Life Over Cs has adorable chick counting printables for little ones!
Have PEEPS? They are not only delicious, but they also are excellent tools for STEM science projects.
What can homeschoolers do in spring? Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers has all the tips.
Spring is time to get out doors. Use this wildlife resource guide from Homeschool Share to take advantage of warmer temps.
Learn all about insects with these books from The Natural Homeschool.
Spring is all about rainbows! Celebrate with these 80 rainbow activity ideas from This Outnumbered Mama.
Spring is in the air! Use this spring scavenger hunt printable from Susan Evans to learn more about the great outdoors!
Can you have fun in just 30 minutes outdoors? Yes, and you can find out how at The Heart of Michelle.
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