HHM’s Favorite Posts & The Hip Homeschool Hop – 2/25/14

Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop!

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Our Favorites from last week:

Did you see these posts last week? Here’s a few the HHM ladies loved:

**A mistake on our part made this featured post from last week redirect incorrectly….we loved this article and want to make sure you all get a chance to see it!**

Taryn of Hazy Days enjoyed There’s No Place Like Home’s – Maybe “Educational” Should Be a Bad Word.

Taryn commented “I found this post fairly significant given the current concerns in my own country, South Africa, where legislation and policy documentation has fairly narrow definitions of education. I like that Shelly from No Place Like Home is open to dialogue. This is a subject that needs worldwide attention, examined from every angle. How better than to start the conversations ourselves?”

wpid-business-man-2Trish from Live and Learn Farm appreciated Character Corner’s – Why Homeschooling Moms Cry.

Trish shared “What a great series! I leaped right to the FATIGUE link because I so relate to that one. We normally homeschool year round, but honestly, this year… We may all get a summer break! I am completely and utterly worn out and not only do I need a physical break, I need a mental and emotional break. But it sure is nice to see that this level of fatigue is “normal”… whatever THAT means! :-)”

crying-pic-300x239Taunya from Taunya’s Place liked Aspired Living’s – Classical Science Simplified

Taunya commented “I never would have guessed that this series was good for classical education. I appreciate the insight!”


Heather of A Nurse’s Wildflowers appreciated a post titled How to Teach Your Child to Read Early from Afterschool for Smarty Pants.

Heather said “My youngest is 3 and has been increasingly interested in “school.” I found this article motivating. Being new with homeschool and never having had to start from scratch, I’ve been going in circles about what to do with my little one. This post is very helpful and I’ll definitely be using these tips!”

7 Strategies for Early Reading_thumb[6]For this week Taryn from Hazy Days would like to feature the Easy Seussian Hats tutorial shared by Joyfully Weary

Taryn shared “What fun! This great idea made me wish I still had toddlers for a birthday party theme. Although, I guess it can always be filed away for a Dr Seuss Day!”

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About the author


Danielle is a big-city Southern California girl who, after a number of years spent enjoying the majesty of small-town Montana, moved back home to be near family and make a go of her backyard homesteading dreams. She’s married to her stud of a high school sweetheart and together they’re raising three handsome, rough-and-tumble young men. Their family loves the Lord and homeschooling is just one of the many ways they have endeavored to give their whole lives to Christ. Danielle and her family are having a blast working to turn their healthy DIY spirit into a more self-sufficient lifestyle.

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