Great Homeschooling Links: September 1, 2012

The following is a post from contributing writer:  Jenny.

Build Skills With Puzzles & Word GamesIn Our Write Minds
Scrabble is one of my favorite games.  Kim shares links to Scrabble and other word games that will make learning to spell fun.

3 Things that Will Sink Your HomeschoolHip Homeschool Moms
Heather shares three main issues that cause homeschools to fail.

What Every Homeschooler Should KnowThe Homeschool Village
Beth tells of the five most important discoveries she has made in her homeschool journey.

Where to Find ‘Em, Part 2 of 5 in Homeschool Share’s Lapbook Series–  Homeschool Share
Lapbooking has always intrigued me.  Wende lists several resources for finding lapbooks.

10 Ways to Adjust Your Attitude When Homeschooling for the Long HaulSimple Homeschool
From the post:  “When you reach year four or five, you might have one of those years when you just aren’t thrilled about teaching. I am here to tell you that lots of us—probably most of us— understand, and also to suggest a few ways to get a little excited.”

No Need to WorryThe Homeschool Post
A great reminder from Gidget.


Jenny is a homeschooling Mom of an 8 year old.  You can find her at Our Nifty Notebook, where she blogs about their homeschool and family adventures.


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. Pam says

    Thanks for these great links! I had read a couple already, but was ready to think about all these issues again. Starting our new year after Tuesdays’ root canal. ;>)