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:
Trish of Live and Learn Farm appreciated the How are Mountains Made? experiment posted by We Made That .
Trish commented “My boys really enjoy hands-on science activities and the thoroughly enjoy geography, but they would LOVE learning with graham crackers and whip cream! What a great way to teach about plate tectonics and how mountains are made!!”
Sarah from My Joy-Filled Life enjoyed Rachel Brown’s post entitled Homeschool Co-p: What. Why How?.
Sarah said “We’ve enjoyed being part of a co-op for several years and I’ve even debated on starting one, so I really appreciated this post with benefits of a co-op and tips to starting your own.”
Amy shared “I especially loved the beginning sounds activity she shared for early literacy learning.”
Stephanie from Harrington Harmonies enjoyed The Linton Academy’s Looking Back: Toddler Winter Activities.
Stephanie said “Some winter fun for toddlers. Great winter ideas for keeping them busy while mom is teaching the “big” kids. Can you tell I miss having little people to teach?“
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