Banish Blah: Over 200 Teaching Ideas to Motivate Homeschool Kids & Make Mom’s Job Easier


Banish Blah: Over 200 Teaching Ideas to Motivate Homeschool Kids & Make Mom’s Job Easier

Routines are good, but ruts are deadly. 

Break out of your homeschool blahs or prevent them altogether with these creative learning ideas.

With the over 230 different activities outlined in this free digital guide, there is a fresh idea for every day of your school year with plenty to spare!

Six Categories of Activities

We divided these ideas into six categories depending on what kind of activity you want:

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  1. active
  2. crafty
  3. hands-on
  4. outside
  5. quiet
  6. techy

Keep it Varied to Banish Blah

Remember that novelty is a big attraction for any of these activities, so don’t use any one idea too many times or it will become as boring as the workbook pages were. Switch it up, and keep them wondering in anticipation “What does mom have planned for homeschool today?”

Activities for Ten Different Academic Areas

To help you plan, each activity has icons indicating what subjects it works best for. Many of the activities will work for any subject! So you can occasionally reuse your favorites in a new context.

Now go be a homeschool hero, mom! Save your kids from the tyranny of homeschool blah. Just fill out the form below to sign up for our email list, and you’ll have access to the free guide.


Banish Blah


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You are going to be a homeschool hero with these ideas! Enjoy them and let us know how they improve your kids’ motivation and learning tagging us on Instagram @ihomeschoolnetwork.

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