Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop!
Our Favorites from last week:
Did you see these posts last week? Here’s a few the HHM ladies loved:
Sarah shared “We love playing musical chairs in our home but I never even considered using it as a learning tool. This will be perfect for my energetic kids!”
Jennifer shared ” I just love this story and it makes me miss my cousins and appreciate our unique lifestyle as a military family. We have to make friends our family on each of our tours.”
Amy said “Her children painted a beautiful tree with birds — an art project that would delight any child and get them ready for spring! She also features a fun and economical Seed Study with a Free Printable!”
Trish from Live and Learn Farm chose HHM Team Member, Jennifer (from Royal Little Lambs) post – Tips for Read Alouds as her favorite this week.
Trish shared “We are a family that loves to read our Bible study and classics aloud too! I enjoyed reading Jennifer’s tips and suggestions on how to make the experience even better!”
Heather of A Nurse’s Wildflowers loved what was said in the post So What if We’re Socially Awkward? by There’s No Place Like Home
Heather commented “I am in complete agreement with this post! The term ‘socially awkward’ seems to be the new term to generically label kids who actually care about others and have more going for them then just trying to fit in with a crowd. Our culture doesn’t know how to handle that and so it is categorized as weird. I am totally cool with my family being classified this way if it means my kids can think for themselves and have confidence about the decisions they make. Bring on the socially awkward label!”
Liz from Watch Me Homeschool appreciated the 8 Square Themed Tot Trays shared by My Life of Travels & Adventures.
Liz shared ” I liked this idea because my poor 3 year old gets left in the dust when it comes to school. I tend to only focus on the big boys. He needs to learn his shapes and these are great ideas.”
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