Summer Hopscotch


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The premiere homeschooling blog hop, a first of its kind in the homeschooling community. 

 

Hopscotch with us June 10th – 14th as we share another round of 165 posts full of  such topics as summer art projects, upcycled crafts, homeschooling with a newborn, frugal summer fun, boredom busters and much much more!  Homeschooling activities and advice galore!

 

Brought to you by these lovely ladies…

Summer Hopscotch Collage

Keeping Your Kids in the Word | Amanda at The Pelsers
Picture Books for Adoptive Families | Ami at Walking by the Way
Summer Unit Studies | the team at the Homeschool Share Blog
Easy Summer Art Projects | Amy at Adorable Chaos
Classical Preschool | Amy at Living and Learning at Home
Homeschooling with a Newborn | Amy at Raising Arrows
Educational Crafts with the Silhouette CAMEO | Amy at Milk and Cookies
Upcycled Crafts for Kids | Angela at Teaching Mama
Multi-Sensory Activities for Teaching Reading | Becky at This Reading Mama
Using Essential Oils | Carlie at Beautiful Motherhood
Bible Study for Moms | Christin at Joyful Mothering
Frugal Summer Fun | Colleen at Raising Lifelong Learners
Literature-Based Learning | Connie at The Daisy Head
Water Play for Kids | Dianna at The Kennedy Adventures
Erica A – Summer Boredom Busters | Erica at Confessions of a Homeshooler
Delight Directed Homeschooling | Heather at On Faith and Coffee
Teaching Sewing in Your Homeschool {Whether You Sew or Not!} | Heather at Blog, She Wrote
Scheduling Your Entire Homeschool Year | Jamie at The Unlikely Homeschool
Why Homeschool? | Jen at Forever, For Always, No Matter What
Color-by-Number printables | Lauren at Mama’s Learning Corner
Summer Science | Marci at The Homeschool Scientist
Planning for the Large Family Homeschool | Marianne at Abundant Life
Dollar Store Crafts | Marlene at A Diligent Heart
Teaching Music History | Mary at Homegrown Learners
Summertime Nature Studies | Michelle at The Holistic Homeschooler
Getting Your Children to Love Reading | Sade at Sade Tagbo
Father’s Day Crafts | Sarah at Sidetracked Sarah
Surviving Summer as a Homeschooling Family | Sarah at Homeschool Survival
Summer Sensory Activities | Sharla at The Chaos and the Clutter
Oven Free Meals | Tabitha at Meet Penny
Classroom Organization | Tabitha at Teaching With Cents
Money-Saving Tips | Tabitha at Online Coupon Workshop
Choosing Curriculum | the team at Curriculum Choice

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