Homeschool Mother's Journal 2017 | iHomeschoolNetwork.com #ihsnet
We’ve reached May and for most homeschoolers, that means we’re coming to the end of our academic year. Yay! You made it. It’s a great time to plan an end of the year gathering for your co-op or just your homeschooling friends. Perhaps, it’s a backyard party, or maybe a fun awards ceremony, whatever the case, you can be sure that you’ve reached another milestone in home education as your children are finishing out a school year and preparing to move on to their next level.
“Growing up is a process. It is a combination of building blocks involving both physical and social/emotional stepping stones.” Heidi Ciravola, The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas
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…

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