Back-To-Homeschool Blog Hop 2017!

Back-To-Homeschool Blog Hop 2017!

It is time for a Back To Homeschool Blog Hop with my friends at the!

Back to Homeschool Annual Blog Hop - 2017
For me, one of the great parts of homeschooling is actually the planning and the choosing of new curricula. I know some who really don’t like it but for me new pens and markers and glue and books and schedules and pacing guides is almost as exciting as Christmas!

So tune in during the week of August 14 through 18 to hop on through a pile of great new posts about homeschooling. Each day we will cover a different topic:

  • Monday – Curriculum
  • Tuesday – School Supplies
  • Wednesday – Planning / Record Keeping
  • Thursday – Outside the Home
  • Friday – Dear Homeschool Mom

So, while you are reading this… What is Your Favorite Part About Back to (home)School?

Back to Homeschool Annual Blog Hop - 2017

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  1. I don’t know if the planning is my favorite part, but I love doing it! Looking forward to your series!

    1. Thanks! I look forward to ‘hopping’ over to yours to check it out!

  2. I agree! I love the planning and shopping for back to school supplies and getting things ready. The follow through is what’s hard when the newness wears off. Looking forward to following along with your series next week!

    1. Follow through is so much harder for me with homeschooling cause the way kids learn is so unpredictable! Mine never follow the schedule! Either a course becomes a miserable slog or someone upstairs flips a switch and the kids wake up one morning with the attitide of, “this topic/book/curriculum is easy and I will finish by nightfall!” Then I have to scrable to find something more challenging. 😊

      1. oh, my, yes! I can relate. That’s why I have learned to view my ‘plans’ as a sort of rough draft, done in pencil, and remaining flexible and fluid. So grateful for the freedom to change things up!

  3. I love planning things like curriculum use and unit studies. Hopefully I have scaled it down enough this year that we can actually do most of it! 🙂

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