What Mommy Learned in Homeschool This Year

What Mommy Learned in Homeschool This Year

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What Mommy Learned in Homeschool This Year | A linkup by the bloggers of iHomeschool Network

Summer. It’s the time when homeschool moms can breathe a sigh of relief and celebrate everything that their children accomplished throughout the last year.

But wait! Homeschool moms are always learning, too! Take a few minutes to savor what you’ve learned, and then join these bloggers as they share what they learned in homeschool this year.


A very special thank you to this week’s wonderful linkup sponsor: Harmony Fine Arts. Their Charlotte Mason-inspired plans organize great art and music appreciation resources into the classical four-year cycle of history and seasons each week. Plans are available for Grades 1-12 and will offer families three different options for art study and a detailed plan for music appreciation.

What Mommy Learned in Homeschool This Year

What I’ve Learned in School this Year by Alicia Hutchinson

5 Things I Learned About Homeschooling by Tina Marie Ernspiker

Even Adults Can Learn from a Picture Book by Crystal Wagner

10 Things Mom Learned in Homeschool This Year by Cait Fitz

5 Things I Learned While Homeschooling My Kids by Jennifer A. Janes

What I Learned About Relaxed Homeschooling This Year by Selena Robinson

What I Learn after 5 Years Homeschooling by Adelien Tandian

My Breakthrough Homeschool Life Perspective by Renee Brown

10 Things My Girls Taught Me This Year by Kathy Gossen

5 Qualites I’ve Learned from Homeschooling by Misty Bailey

3 Things Homeschooling Has Taught Me by Misty Bailey

Learning Curve: Two Kids at the Table by Emily Copeland

Every Moment Is A Gift (and 6 Small Ways to Intentionally Savor Them) by Alicia Michelle

What I Learned From My Year of Not Homeschooling by Danielle Shaber

End of Year Homeschool Reflections {2014-2015} by Lindsey Garcia

7 Important Things I’ve Learned in 3 Years of Homeschooling by Monica Lynn

When You Realize Your Homeschool Is in a Rut by Ann Karako