Homeschool Blog and Tell: July Edition-Red, White and Blue

Blog and Tell July with @hsbapost  Show us your Red White and Blue

Welcome to the Homeschool Blog and Tell – July Edition!

We started this series to give our readers an opportunity to show off what they’ve been doing lately!

Each month has a different theme.

May’s theme is “Show us your Red, White and Blue!”

Why?

July is reminder of the importance of independence and freedom!

July is fireworks!

July is beach parties and pool play dates!

July is strawberries and blueberries and pies a la mode!

Did you enjoy your July with a bang?
This is the time to show off your red, white and blue!

So, show us what you got!

Now for a few guidelines: (I know…no one likes a lot of rules, so there are not many.)

Please direct your link to a certain post NOT your home page. We have the right to delete your link if this is not followed.
Use a least one photo in your post. We want to SEE what you have done!
Link your specific post to The Homeschool Post. (Again, we have the right to delete your link if this is not followed.)
These can be OLDER posts. We are okay with that – we want to drive you web traffic!

If you have ANY questions, please feel free to ask! We are here for ALL homeschoolers and truly want to bless you guys!

If you are on Twitter, Google+, or even Instagram please use the hashtag: #HSBAT.

Blog and Tell July with @hsbapost  Show us your Red White and Blue

 

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Lisa Baldwin (59 Posts)

Disciple of Christ, Wife, Mother of Four, Homeschooler, Crafter, Designer (Graphics and CSS/HTML), Blogger. I share too much, laugh at the wrong things, and fall on my backside regularly. Thank goodness Jesus ignores all of that and loves me anyway.


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