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No two homeschools look alike. That’s just simple reality because no two families function alike. And we are working to ensure our kids are allowed to be their own unique selves. So what’s a typical day look like in your homeschool? We’d love to know how you are managing your school. What do you juggle outside of schooling? How does your family embrace the homeschooling lifestyle?
We want to know what’s happening in your homeschooling day… tell us about a typical (or not so typical) day in the life of your homeschool.
A Look at a (or Not So) Typical Homeschooling Day
- Learning Mama’s Day in the Life of a Homeschooler – 2018 Edition by Alison at Learning Mama
- What a Homeschool Day Looks Like For a Work-From-Home Mama from Kristina at Blossom and Root
- What a Typical Homeschool Day Looks Like by Ashley at Forgetful Momma
- Our Homeschool Daily Life by Adena at From the Desk of Adena F
- A Peek Into Our Homeschool Day by Mary-Ann at The Grace-Filled Life
A Look at Homeschooling Methods, Styles and Ways of Life
- A Day in the Life of Interest-Led Learners by Kelly at Curiosity Encouraged
- A Day in the Life of Homeschooling Creative Girls by Sara at Heart and Soul Homeschooling
A Look at Homeschool Scheduling and Routines
- Homeschooling When There’s No Homeschool Room by Ashley at Forgetful Momma
- Our Homeschool Schedule: 2 Kids and a Semi-relaxed Routine by Ashley at The Homeschool Resource Room
- Our 2018-2019 Homeschool Schedule Preview by Lynna at Homeschooling without Training Wheels
- Allison’s School Routine, Schedule, and Curriculum Choices by Allison at Homeschool Hopscotch
- Homeschooling Schedule: A Day in the Life of a Work-at-Home Homeschooler by Sophie at My Cup Runs Over
A Look at Homeschooling High School
- A Day in the Life of a Homeschooled High Schooler from Leah at As We Walk Along the Road
- A Week in My Homeschool High School Life by Betsy @ BJ’s Homeschool
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.
September 24: Back to Homeschool Blog Hop
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