Homeschool Monthly Pictures

We’ve stayed busy. Making things and learning new things,as well as reviewing things. There are always different things and sometimes a “hit and miss”, kind of day. Regardless, it is wonderful in so many ways.


How To Budget For Homeschool

About 2.3 million U.S children are now homeschooled. According to the Home School Legal Defense Association, the percentage of homeschoolers increased exponentially during the pandemic, jumping from 3.3% in 2017 to 19.5% by May 2021. In addition to prior motivations, including religion, finances, and curriculum flexibilities, now school closures and concerns over health and safety have increased the homeschool population.

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Homeschool Free Emergent Readers,Link Share

We all love free! Here is a link to some free emergent readers. I specifically look under the category, kindergarten. You can browse their many grade levels and categories. I am interested in finding anything free to use in my homeschool and have found this site to be excellent for doing just that.

Hope you enjoy it and can use this link.

National Homemade Bread Day(Homeschool)

Today I looked up holidays that are observed around the world. Today was National Homemade Bread Day. I have been homeschooling for months, but we have not yet made any food. I was thinking of letting the kids make a simple homemade bread today. What do you think? It is with fond memories I recollect my own grandmother cooking in her kitchen and also helping her on occasion. This would be a good experience and so yes, I will celebrate National Homemade Bread Day and incorporate that into today’s learning. I can’t wait, after all, my favorite thing is BREAD!


Below I am sharing some links for you to use to make your own bread with your homeschool kids.

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