Another year has come and gone. The time has come for me to repress the urge to share cliche phrases about cherishing every moment and beginning anew. (Though they are cliche for a reason….)
If you are new to Suzy Homeschooler, or even if you just live a busy life, then you might have missed out on our best content this past year. Here’s a quick re-cap of the best 2014 had to offer.
This post is a re-cap of the 26 day series where we covered all the most important topics of interest in regards to raising geeklings. From androids to zombies. Including free printables, lesson plans, fun activities, and parenting tips. Whether your child is a padawan or gamer or dragon trainer or wizard or master builder, you’ll want to check this series out.
Part two of our three part series on homeschooling through crisis, this post has practical ideas and real world applications for packing up your homeschool and re-locating in an emergency situation. No one ever wants to think about it, we’d rather pretend that the nightmares of the world can’t touch us nor our family. The fact of the matter is, if it could happen to me and my family, it could happen to anyone, and when it does, you’ll be glad you took the time to be prepared.
I rallied together with 7 other homeschool bloggers to create this fantastic resource for you, our readers. Over 100 posts linked-up including free printables, lesson plans, hands-on activities, and the like. Posts are organized into 5 categories: plants, insects, animals, nature journals, and hands-on exploration. If you’re looking for some outdoor learning activities, or some ways to help your child connect with the world around them, then this post is an excellent starting point.
Ever find yourself wanting to leave the house but not knowing where to go? Need ideas beyond the typical zoos and museums for homeschool field trips? Looking for a way to organize your thoughts and make it easier for you to be spontaneous? This simple how-to guide is a must read for any homeschooling family.
After we moved into our new home, we had a huge backyard space but not enough funds to equip it for outdoor learning and play. So we improvised. 6 months later and we still play outside everyday. Our make-shift toys and games have held up well against rain, wind, snow, and ice. Check it out if you’re low on funds and need some easy outdoor ideas that don’t require power tools to put together.
Looking for more of the best that Suzy Homeschooler has to offer? Check out the top posts of 2013.by