Great Homeschooling Links: July 2, 2010

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Fourth of July Treats
AND Fourth of July Crafts – Crafty Crow
As you celebrate our nation, do so with some great treats & crafts you can make with your children!

Story Paddle Boards – Chocolate on my Cranium
This idea could be used for students to give reports, to teach lessons or tell stories to young ones.


Road Trip Preparation – Heart of the Matter Online

As you get ready for your family summer trip, take into consideration these family road trip ideas!


Ninja Art Gallery
– Journey Into Unschooling

What a fun use for old toilet paper rolls!  Your favorite ninja fan will love this!

Tie Dye Shirts: Tips for Success – Life As Mom
Summer isn’t summer without some tie-dye!  Make it a success with this tips!


Make Ahead: Handmade Christmas Scrapbook
– Many Little Blessings

It’s never too early to start planning for the holidays.  Especially with these fun ideas!


Alternative to Time Out
– Planning With Kids

We call it a time-in at our house, and it works wonders!

Chore Pack System – Raising Homemakers
Looking for some ideas to get daily chores under control at your house?  Start here.

Homemade Strawberry Lemonade – Cooking With My Kid
This has “90 degree day, sitting by the pool” written all over it!  YUM!


Hooping Progress Report #1 – Organic Sister

Hula-hooping…take up a new hobby this summer!  Who knew there were so many cool tricks you could learn?


Once Upon A Book: “Starry Safari” – Totally Tots

This book lends itself to lessons in all academic areas for you preschooler!


Lifegiver (An Object Lesson) – Raising Homemakers

Us moms are always in need of some encouragement and support.  Especially the kind we can instill in our daughters too!

While Holly isn’t kicking back by the pool with strawberry lemonade (yum!) she takes her reality virtual at Bloggy Mama.


Comments

  1. says

    Apparently I really haven’t had enough sleep because I thought, “Hey — one of those sounds really familiar.” Oh, duh. It’s your post, Angie. LOL

    Thanks so much for linking to my Christmas albums. I have to admit though – I’m happy that I outsourced most of my handmade Christmas goodies for this year to another blogger who is making handmade zippered pouches to earn money for conferences. ;)

    • says

      That’s a great idea too Angie! I figured maybe I’d start thinking about Christmas a little earlier than Dec. 1st this year… :)