Homeschoolers we are bringing back to iHomeschool Network Homeschool Mother’s Journal. When the network first began we hosted a weekly link-up for homeschool bloggers. We provided the prompts, homeschool bloggers from around the blog-o-sphere provided the inspiration for other homeschoolers through their weekly journals.

Over the years the weekly Homeschool Mother’s journal fell by the wayside. But, this year we’re bringing it back! Sort of.

We’ve decided to host the journal on the 1st Friday of each month. Each 1st Friday of the month, January through December you can stop by here at iHomeschool Network and share what you’re doing in your homeschool.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela

The Homeschool Mother’s Journal

To join Homeschool Mother’s Journal choose from the prompts below to create your own homeschooling post on your blog. Then, add your link to the widget below.

  • In my life this month…
  • In our homeschool this month…
  • Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…
  • My favorite thing this week month…
  • What’s working/not working for us…
  • Homeschool questions/thoughts I have…
  • A photo, video, link, or quote to share…
  • On my blog in case you missed it…

Remember to:

  • Copy or Download the above image
  • Add it to your blog post and link back to this post using this link:
    Note: This image is for sharing the connection between your post and the link-up, it’s better suited at the end of your post, and your own pinnable image is better for the beginning of your post.
  • Visit at least 2 other to encourage the other homeschool mothers.

Do you have a Homeschool Mother’s Journal to share? Join us by linking up your own post below. Click the little blue button below.

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