Students have a unique perspective on homeschooling. That’s why we are hosting a a hop that allows your kids to take over your blog, or just your camera for a day. Let them share what homeschooling is like from their perspective. You’ll be so surprised by how things look from your kids eyes.
- A Day of Gentle Homeschool Pre-K, from My Daughter’s Point of View by Kristina from Blossom and Root
- A Day of Nature-Based Homeschool From a First Grader’s Point of View by Kristina from Blossom and Root
- What Homeschooling Looks Like- An Eight Year Old’s Point of View by Kelly and Sophia at Curiosity Encouraged
- Interview with a 6th Grade Homeschooler by Adena at From the Desk of Adena F
- Day in the Life of a Large Homeschool Family (Seven Kids) by Elaine Mingus at Supersized Family
- Homeschooling from a Sixth Grader’s Perspective by Sophie at My Cup Runs Over
Now it’s your turn. Join us in telling the story of your homeschool through the eyes of your student.
Blog Hop Rules
- To add your link, click the small blue button that says “Add your link” at the very bottom of the post.
- Do not create an empty “placeholder” post to save your link high up in the blog hop list. If there is no substance or curriculum information in your post, it will be removed.
- You must link to your blog post permalink, not your blog URL. If you do not link to your POST, your link will be removed and you’ll have to come back and re-add it. Keep in mind that readers will still be visiting this blog hop for months to come and if they click your link and end up on your blog homepage, they won’t be able to find your post. To find your post’s permalink: After you publish your post, go back to your blog and click on the post’s title. Copy everything in the top browser bar. Please see Darcy’s post on how to find your permalink for more details. For example:
Has your link been deleted?
If your link does not take us directly to a post that lists your own curriculum for the 2017-2018 school year, it will be deleted.
Monday, September 17, 2017 – Back to School Blog Hop: Through the Eyes of the Student Week