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Surviving Homeschooling During the Holidays with Intense Kids

As the holiday season approaches, homeschooling families gear up for a time of joy and togetherness. However, for those with intense children, this festive period may come with a set of unique challenges. We have a variety of neurodiverse brains at my home, including two children with pretty intense behavioral needs. There are two resources

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Holiday Activities that Count as Homeschooling

Last week, Danielle shared insightful glimpses into the unique approaches of three families navigating the homeschooling journey during the holidays. One family embraced the festive spirit by setting aside formal schoolwork altogether, immersing themselves in holiday learning. Another family opted for a balanced approach, maintaining a lighter version of their usual school workload while integrating

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Homeschooling for the Holidays

The post suggests three ways to approach homeschooling during the holiday season: fully focusing on the holiday, splitting time between regular studies and holiday-themed studies, and maintaining life mostly as normal. Each approach caters to family beliefs, routine, and educational focus, with an emphasis on avoiding trying to do it all. The article also encourages families to reflect on their priorities and consider their approach carefully before proceeding, advocating flexibility and practicality during the festive period.

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Happy Home, Happy Homescool: 4 Reasons to Be Thankful for Homeschooling

I know we are supposed to be grateful this time of year.  Grateful for the cozy fire, and time inside with our kids, and hot apple cider. Grateful for abundance and plenty–for America, for Jesus and our mamas, too… But often, in homeschooling, November hits me like a ton of bricks. November follows October 31st–a

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Home Sweet Classroom: 11 Hilarious Reasons to be Grateful for Homeschooling

There are so many genuine, profound reasons to be thankful for homeschooling. Homeschooling provides freedom, connection, and the chance to slow down. Homeschooling gives us the gift of time. The following are not those type of reasons, but are a little tongue-in-cheek. Hopefully they’ll make you laugh while pondering, like Teddy Roosevelt said, “Nothing in

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