Here we are once again on the cusp of the holiday season. Whether you are like me and absolutely love everything about the holidays or are one who is already ready for it to be over, we can all agree on one thing:
Homeschooling through the holidays can be a difficult task. Excitement levels are running high, the to do lists are neverending, and attention spans seem to go right up the chimney!
That isn’t how it has to be though. Homeschooling through the holidays can be a fun and meaningful journey for your family as you put the formal lesson plans aside and focus on the true meaning of the season.
This is what the fourth annual ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays series is all about: sharing ideas, resources, and encouragement with fellow homeschooling families to make the very most out of homeschooling through the beauty of the Christmas season.
Join us November 14th-December 20th, as 52 bloggers blog their way through the alphabet bringing you different resources and ideas for embracing homeschooling during the holidays! There will be two new posts published each weekday.
I’m so excited to introduce you to the amazing bloggers who are contributing to this series. (Check back to the page often as it will be updated each day as the posts are published.)
- Holiday Baking with Kids: Imperfectly Perfect
- Children’s Books Celebrating Holidays Around the World
- To Continue or Not to Continue: 4 Ways to Homeschool During the Holidays
- 25 Days of Christmas LEGO Challenge
Letter D: Laura from The Awe Filled Homemaker
Letter K: Amanda from Sicily’s Heart and Home