We’re so glad to have met you at our booth or seen you in a session this year at one of the Great Homeschool Conventions! Below we’re sharing some information with you to make it easier for you to make use of what we shared and to help you find the information you want or need.
Who Are We?
We are a website, public Facebook page, private Facebook group, and educational travel service (called Homeschool Road Trips)!
We also have a new website called Love These Recipes. (It’s new, so it’s very small right now, but we’d love for you to visit and take advantage of our free weekly meal plans!) We have an associated Facebook page called You’ll Love These Recipes and a private Facebook group called Love These Recipes.
Hip Homeschool Moms
You can find our website at Hip Homeschool Moms. (In fact, you’re already here!) On this site, we share homeschool ideas, information, resources, encouragement, printables, parenting information, marriage tips and advice, and more! We strive to help you homeschool by supporting you and sharing information that will help you and encourage you.
Public Facebook Page
You can find our public Facebook page here. We have a public Facebook page where we share funny memes, tips, information, links to our articles, information about our road trips, contests to enter, and more!
Private Facebook Group
When we refer to our Facebook “group,” we’re talking about the Hip Homeschool Moms Community. This is a private moms-only Facebook group. In this group, moms can ask questions and get answers from other moms, get suggestions and information about everything from discipline problems to picky eaters to curriculum, get to know other homeschooling moms, support each other, and talk about other topics that are important to each of us as homeschooling moms.
This is a lifestyle group. That simply means we talk about topics related to living life as homeschooling families–not just curriculum and other specific homeschool-related questions. We all know that homeschooling impacts ALL areas of our lives, so we often talk about housecleaning, parenting, marriage, grocery shopping/cooking, and more!
Homeschool Road Trips
You can learn more about our Homeschool Road Trips by visiting the travel section of the Hip Homeschool Moms website. Here you’ll find travel-related information as well as information about our past and future Homeschool Road Trips!
Public Facebook Page
On our Homeschool Road Trips public Facebook page, you can get the latest information about upcoming trips!
Private Facebook Group
In our Homeschool Road Trips private Facebook group, you’ll get information about trips as they’re planned. You’ll also be able to ask questions, get tips about travel, learn about upcoming trips, and learn from fellow homeschooling families.
Looking for My Travel Journal?
If you attended one of the Great Homeschool Conventions events and would like a free “My Travel Journal” for your children, just use the link below and enter the discount code “GHC2019” to get yours! You can download as many copies as you want for use with your own children.
Only Passionate Curiosity
We took over this website just a few weeks ago, and we’re super excited about it! We truly believe the printables and ideas here will help you make your homeschool much more fun and hands-on! You can find our website at Only Passionate Curiosity. We also have an Only Passionate Curiosity Facebook Page.
Love These Recipes
Aside from our homeschool-related sites, we have a brand new recipe site. It’s not very big, but we’re working on it! We’d love to have you visit our Love These Recipes Website (where you’ll find free weekly meal plans!), our You’ll Love These Recipes Public Facebook Page, and our Love These Recipes Private Facebook Group.
For Virtual Field Trip Information:
Click HERE for virtual field trip information.
For HEART Trip Information:
Go to the travel section of the Hip Homeschool Moms site to find information about all of our HEART trips–both past and future!
Amazon Gameschooling Link:
For notes from our 2019 Great Homeschool Conventions presentations, click the links below!
For our notes on:
Homeschooling and Socialization, click here.
Family Educational Travel, click here.
Homeschooling a Child on the Autism Spectrum, click here.
Incorporating Games and Fun Into Your Homeschool, click here.