ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays {2015 Edition}

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The holidays are right around the corner and I don’t know about you, but for me,  homeschooling during the holidays can be somewhat difficult. Excitement levels are running high, the to do lists are neverending, and attention spans seem to go right up the chimney!

This 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 third 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 the beauty of the Christmas season.

Join us November 16-December 21, as 36 bloggers blog their way through the alphabet bringing you different resources and ideas for embracing homeschooling during the holidays!

Take a look at the awesome bloggers who are contributing to this series. {note- this page will be updated with the links to each of their posts as they are published, so check back often!}

Letter A: Karen from Raising Little Superheroes– Advent Paper Chain Christmas Countdown

Letter A: Dianna from Grapevine StudiesFree Birth of Jesus Activity for Kids

Letter B: Anne Marie from Future Flying Saucers – How to Keep the Holidays Biblical

Letter C: Yvie from Gypsy Road School – Holiday Cooking with Kids

Letter C: Katie from Paradise Praises – Christmas Around the World Unit Study

Letter D: Heather from Life of a Homeschool Mom – Hands-On Christmas Devotional for Kids 

Letter E: Michelle from Research Parent – Free Thanksgiving Gratitude Cards for Kids

Letter F: Deanna from Playdough and Popsicles – Magical Frosty the Snowman Craft for Kids

Letter G: Carol from My Bored Toddler – DIY Christmas Gift Bags & Tags

Letter H: Holly from The Fraggle Momma – Handmade Holidays {12 Easy Homemade Gift Ideas}

Letter I: Monique from Living Life and Learning – Ice Activities for Kids- Free printable pack

Letter J: Laurie from Grace-Filled Moments – Keeping Jesus the Focus at Christmas

Letter K: Julia from The Quiet Grove – Homeschooling in the Kitchen

Letter L: Tauna from Proverbial HomemakerA Very LEGO Christmas

Letter L: Victoria from Via Bella- The Beautiful LifeLights, Love, and Latkes

Letter M: Gena from I Choose JoyHandel’s Messiah: a Homeschool Lesson Plan

Letter M: Felice from Home for Learning – M is for Mary- Activities to Teach Children About the Mother of Jesus

Letter N: Jen from Faith and FabricCreate Your Own Interactive Gingerbread Nativity Scene

Letter O: Jenny from Faith and Good WorksOn the Road: Free Printable Road Trip Games

Letter P: Mandy from Worshipful LivingPolar Express Pajama Night In

Letter P: Susan from Practical InspirationsPrepare for Peace

Letter Q: Andrea from Make This DayChristmas Gratitude Calendar

Letter R: Anne from Learning TableReading Through the Holidays

Letter S: Kim from The Resourceful MamaSnowball Sensory Bin

Letter S: Sofia from Fun With a MessageChristmas Star Craft Tutorial

Letter T: Beth from Classes by BethT is for Traditions

Letter T: Kerry from Fish Bowl FortuneFun Christmas Tree Decorations for Kids

Letter U: Amy from Amy’s WanderingUnder the Christmas Star: a Star of Bethlehem Study

Letter V: Heather from Life of a Homeschool MomPrintable Christmas Thank You Cards {3 Designs}

Letter W: Vicki from Vicki ArnoldDIY Washi Tape Gifts

Letter W: Kim from Write ShopWriting Prompts for Winter Days {with free printable}

Letter X: Tara from Minivan MinistriesThe Treasure of Christmas: X Marks the Spot

Letter Y: Patti from Truth and Grace Homeschool AcademyYule & Yarn: Fun Christmas Activities for Families

Letter Z: Tabitha from Life Learning HomeschoolConnecting Christmas & Zoology

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  1. VERY entertaining way to celebrate the holidays – and while homeschooling too!

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