HHM Favorite Posts and This Week’s Linky Party (11/12/2013)
Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop!
Favs from last week:
Did you see these posts? We loved them! Here’s a few of our favorites from last week:
Liz (She writes at Watch Me Homeschool) was thrilled to see a Jesse Tree Tutorial linked up! “I’d been seeing it talked about on Facebook all week and I had no idea what it was!”
Taryn (Follow her at Hazy Days Blog) giggled and could relate to The Giles Frontier: Camping Ideas Vs. Reality, having taken 4 kids camping herself that perception v. reality can seem poles apart!
Leann (Follow her at Hands On Homeschooler) liked How to Use Multisensory Teaching in Your Homeschool because, “My son is not a workbook kid, and he needs those ‘hands-on’ interactions to make the learning stick. This post had a lot of great ideas that I hadn’t thought of.”
Sarah (Check out her blog, My Joy Filled Life) was motivated when she read The Healthy and Fit Homeschool Mom’s Workout Plan because she needs a starting point to start working out herself!
Trish (find her blogging at Live and Learn Farm) enjoyed Navigating By Joy’s St. Basil’s post. Trish adds, “I’ve always been fascinated by St Basils’ Cathedral, the shapes and vivid colors seem so out of place there in Russia. I love how this mom introduced the history of Russia and incorporated drawing and coloring the cathedral as part of their study. And her children’s artwork is fantastic!”
Stacy (Follow her atStacy Makes Cents) made sure to ‘pin’ Intentional By Grace’s How to Fight the Flu Natrually post. Stacy says, “During this time of year and going through the cold months, I like to have this type of natural medicine in my arsenal. It’s good to be prepared beforehand, otherwise you get sick and then you can’t figure out how to use Pinterest in your sick-stupor.”
Wendy (Find her at Homeschooling Blessings) loved Homeschool With Love’s The Draw My Picture Game because “This drawing game is perfect for all ages from littles to teens! And it can be used to help with listening skills or practicing a foreign language. Love it!”
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Guidelines for the hop:
- Link up to 3 posts from your blog. Make sure you use the exact URL to the post.
- Please no pinterest, fb, twitter, or other linky links! You can link up kid activities, homeschool related, or homemaking/recipe posts. Posts unrelated to these topics will be removed. (Please no product reviews or “marketing” posts unless they are homeschool related.)
- Please either include the Hip Homeschool Hop button (found at the bottom of the site) or a link back to Hip Homeschool Moms.
- The linky will go live each week at 6am EST, and will be live until Saturday at midnight.
*By linking up, you agree to have your images shared, with credit!
Thanks for another great hop! I’m looking forward to browsing for inspiration. And thanks so much for highlighting our St Basil’s project! Lucinda
Hey Lucinda! Thank you for participating in our Hop each week! I actually watch for your posts! ~Trish
Thank you so much for hosting! The links look amazing, as usual….now if we all only had the time we wanted to visit each and every one and really enjoy them! Looking fwd to clicking to a few now! 🙂
Thank you for the feature of my Jess Tree post from last week….. how nice that a few found it beneficial!
Good luck to you in the HSPB awards! I’ve been voting every day for HHM! Good luck! And, if you don;t mind, I;d appreciate a vote if you get a chance…THANK YOU! My blog was nomin in 2 categories:
Best Special Needs:
best Photo http://hsbapost.com/best-photos-2013/
Thank you again for hosting this awesome party…such creativity!
Be well and God bless
Thanks for hosting!
Thanks so much for hosting each week! 🙂
Popped over and voted for you in the Home School Blog Awards! Good luck!