2016 ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays


 
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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!

2016 ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays

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.

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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.)

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Letter A: Beth from Techie Homeschool Mom & Tawnee from Adventures in Homeschooling

Letter B: MJ from Soaring Arrows & Ann from Kids Travel Books

Letter C: Michelle from Homeschool Your Boys & Karen from Raising Little Superheroes

Letter D: Laura from The Awe Filled Homemaker

Letter E: Tara from Embark on the Journey & Crystal from Castle View Academy

Letter F: Tami from This Mom’s Delight & Erica from Enrichment Studies

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Letter G: Sandra from Little Learning Lovies & Dana from The Art Kit

Letter H: Jacqueline from Nerd Family & Crystal from Living Abundantly

Letter I: Anne from Learning Table  & Yvonne from The Prudent Homeschooler

Letter J: Lynna from Homeschooling Without Training Wheels & Tamara from Unhurried Home

Letter K: Amanda from Sicily’s Heart and Home

Letter L: Kim from The Resourceful Mama & Melissa from Beyond Mommying

Letter M: Angel from Living Life Well & Gwen from Geez Gwen

Letter N: Amy from Amy’s Wandering & Tara from Minivan Ministries

Letter O: Deanna from Playdough and Popsicles & Nicki from NickiTruesdell.com

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Letter P: Stacy from 3 Busy Bees & Kim from Day to Day Adventures

Letter Q: Mandy from Worshipful Living & Kim from Homeschooling SC

Letter R: Jenny from Faith and Good Works & Danielle from The Frugal Navy Wife

Letter S: Monique from Living Life and Learning & Tauna from Proverbial Homemaker

Letter T: Sherryl from Simply Sherryl & Susan from Practical Inspirations

Letter U: Jenn from Treasuring Life’s Blessings & Anthea from Get Started Homeschooling

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Letter V: Joanie from Simple Living Mama & Dachelle from Hide the Chocolate

Letter W: Katrina from The Homeschool Village & Danielle from Teaching to Twins

Letter X: Deana from The Frugal Homeschooling Mom & Victoria from Via Bella

Letter Y: Shannon from Crafty Mama in Me & Tracy from A Slice of Smith Life

Letter Z: Ginny from Not so Formulaic & Mali from Urban Heart and Home

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  1. I was just wondering if this is getting updated or if maybe there was a facebook page for this, as I’d love to see the other letters being blogged about. I love this idea, but it doesn’t seem to be updated. 🙁 Thanks for doing this!

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