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It’s time for another Homeschool Showcase post, were we feature the best posts from homeschooling bloggers around the web. Sit back, relax, and soak up all of the insight from these veteran homeschool moms!
This week’s Homeschool Showcase topic is all about encouraging you for the next homeschool season. I always feel in need of a bit of encouragement this time of year, and these veteran homeschool moms have some excellent insights!
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Homeschool Encouragement from Veteran Homeschool Moms
Michelle says yes, homeschool kids will be weird. But that is a good thing. I was credited once as making weird “cool,” so I know. 🙂
Along similar ideas, Shelly says embrace the social “awkwardness” of being homeschooled!
Heather gives a lovely shout-out to her mom and all the awesome homeschool moms.
Kids have sour attitudes during school? These tips can help reset those sour attitudes.
Kris offers a brief insight into what homeschooling looks like today.
Monique gives her advice on what all successful homeschooling families do.
Kim shares her experiences on the days when she hates homeschooling. We all have days like that!
If you’re facing a rough patch in your homeschool, these tips can help you get out!
Gifted children can struggle too, and Colleen has been there.
Want to try a new homeschool method next year? I love Heidi’s brief overview of today’s popular styles.
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