Great Homeschooling Links: July 30, 2010

Perfect Timing – Life Nurturing Education
Renae posts a wonderful reflection about what her desire to have some alone time really does for her after it’s all done.  (Hint: It’s not as peaceful as you might think.)

Buy an eBook at 50% Off and Help Noah Get a Bike – Many Little Blessings
Sorry – a little shameless self promotion, but it’s for my son, so that shouldn’t count, right?  My eBook (Finding Educational Activities in the Most Unexpected Places) is on sale for 50% off (up to 100 uses of the coupon code are available) to help us buy a special bike for our 11 year old son with Autism.  It will be his first bike!

Bathroom Cleaning Checklist for the Kids – A Slob Comes Clean
This is a great checklist as you help train your children in the art of housekeeping.

10 Foods to Make with Cookie Cutters – Feels Like Home
Lots of great ideas that could be implemented as part of a life skills study.

Make a Giant Rosary with Kids – Catholic Icing
A really fun project to work on for our Catholic readers.  Or, any reader, really, who has a strong desire to make a Rosary out of some pool noodles.

Considering Homeschooling? 5 Tips From Our First Year – Our Homeschool Home
I know it’s that time of year when many new homeschooling families are either starting or nervously preparing.  There are some great tips in this piece!

5 Ideas for Keeping Language Arts Skills Fresh Over Summer Break – Simple Kids
If you’re a family that takes time off for summer break, here are some great ideas for ways to keep working on Language Arts.

How Many Hours a Day Does It Take To Homeschool? – Raising Arrows
Amy takes a thorough look at time spent homeschooling, complete with examples from her family.

Angie is the founder of The Homeschool Classroom and Catholic Mothers Online.  She also writes at her personal blog, Many Little Blessings, about all of the fun things that happen in between loads of laundry.

Angie Kauffman
Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home.  Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBookspodcastsloves Pinterestdocuments the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.


  1. says

    Excellent list! It was so sweet of you to include my post in this listing!!!
    Off to read them!

    Thanks so much,


  2. says

    Thank you so much for including my post. I humbled that it blesses…We all need the grace to find the balance.


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