This series, Bringing Spring into your Homeschool, was a collaboration with other homeschool bloggers. These guest authors were gracious enough to share these wonderful ideas with my audience and I thank them for their contributions. Check out each authors bio, along with links to their blogs and social media accounts by clicking here.
Category: Bringing Spring into Your Homeschool
It’s that time of year again and I am so EXCITED to get out in the garden, soak up the sun, and get my hands dirty! It’s the perfect time to incorporate gardening into your homeschool lesson plans. Whether you’re teaching math, science, your core classes, or just some basic life skills lessons, you’re definitely in the right place! This list of 20 ways to teach homeschooling in the garden is PACKED with fun-filled homeschool lessons, activities, ideas and learning resources to fill or supplement your curriculum!read more
In southeastern Virginia spring is finally springing. I have been waking up in the morning to birds chirping outside, and it is about time! Winter keeps coming back and visiting just to let us know it is still there, but I think it may finally be gone for good. Nature walks can happen any time of year, but spring is one of my favorite times to take a nature walk. You can see here about our nature walks and nature studies. Have you ever taken a nature walk?read more
With Spring in full swing all of nature’s beautiful creatures are busy connecting with one another, building and perfecting their nests or homes and helping set the foundations for their families to grow and flourish. We humans seem to be in on this action too. It’s during this time of the year where many of us set to cleaning, minimizing and organizing the possessions in our homes. For those of us who educate our children at home too, this is the perfect opportunity to clean up and plan our homeschool for the year ahead.read more
What better time than spring to go outside, explore nature and discover new things about insects, eggs and baby animals. My 4 year old girl absolutely LOVES animals, she can spend hours playing with her cuddles (she almost never plays with dolls), she invents stories, takes care of them, and loves story books about animals (her readers have to be about animals too!). You can check the ones I made for her with really cute pictures of her toys here : “Tisha and the Vowels Readers series”.read more
Watching the stars in the sky, planting little garden landscapes and hiking trails breathe more life into our homeschool. It seems that every year spring saves our homeschool with it’s abundant opportunities waiting to be discovered. With the birds chirping and snow melting it is getting hard to keep the boys focused on indoor science experiments and endless reading about adventures on the seas. It is time to go outdoors! When the first day of spring has arrived and the daffodils and crocus pop through the earth we know that it is the perfect weather to head outdoors and go for a hike.read more
So are you struggling to incorporate spring into your homeschooling schedule? Well, maybe you are over thinking it! We do so much schooling outside with no extra cost in our schooling budget. A lot of the time we just lay a blanket outside and bring our books and other things and just do our normal days work outside, but I want to tell you about this special place me and my daughter have been exploring and learning about.read more
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