A blog party to get you out of the homeschool slump! <3 I love being a homeschooling family, but some
days weeks are rougher than others. Getting back into the swing of homeschooling out of the holidays is the WORST for my family.
Through trial and error (So much error….ahem) and after prayerfully gleaning the wisdom of other mamas who have been there, we have been able to forsee homeschool slumps and pull together as a family to dig ourselves out of them when they arise!
Banning together as homeschool mamas is one of the wisest things we can do when we are facing a slump. Let’s face it, homeschooling can be a lonely task!
Stick around awhile and soak in the tips from some fellow homeschooling mamas who completely “get” what being in a homeschool slump is like. Recharge your motivation so you too can conquer the homeschool slump!
Join in the conversation at the Conquer the Homeschool Slump Party Group on facebook! Sign up here to get the link:
The amazing bloggers who are participating in the Conquer the Homeschool Slump Blog party include:
Catch up with all the Conquer the Homeschool Slump Posts HERE:
Day 3: Getting Back on track with Meal Planning after the Holidays By Andrea from Townsley times
Day 4: Using your Head, Heart, and Hands to Beat the Slump By Kristi from This side of heaven blog
Day 6 &7: Challenge and Giveaway! 🙂
Day 8: Beat the Seasonal Slump with Homeschool Reflection By Amber Marie from Forging foundations
Day 10: Overcome the Homeschool Day Overwhelm with a Daily Planner By Randi from Peanut Butter Fish Lessons
Day 14: 3 God-Breathed Words to get you through the Homeschool Slump By Farrah from New and Natural Mom
Day 16: How to Conquer the Homeschool Slump and Revive your Homeschool By Ana from They Call Me Blessed
Day 17: 5 Ways to Add Fun and Flavor to your Homeschool in 15 By Natalie from Content with Simple
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