Popular at The Post in 2016

 

It’s our goal at The Homeschool Post to encourage, connect, and inform the online homeschool community. We try to provide resources that will help you on this homeschool journey and encourage your daily homeschool lifestyle. Because I think we can agree that homeschooling is a lifestyle, and involves much more than just academics, right?

In our annual tradition, I’ve gathered the most popular posts from last year. Grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage and enjoy some reading time — these are the reader favorites of 2016!

Homeschool methods, encouragement, how-tos and more at The Homeschool Post. Reader favorites in 2016.

Popular at The Post in 2016

Charlotte Mason Homeschooling on a Budget

10 Ways to Simplify Your Homeschooling

4 Signs Your Homeschool Schedule isn’t Working

10 Famous People you Didn’t Know were Homeschooled

Unexpected Lessons from the Life of Fred Math Books

7 Ways to Unschool Math Genius

Early, OrganicĀ SAT Prep for Homeschoolers

Learning Styles and Homeschooling: How to Teach the Way your Kids Learn

Putting Together a Homeschool Portfolio

7 Ways to Include Math Practice in Real Life

11 Brain Breaks for your Homeschool

10 Elementary Science Necessities for your Homeschool

9 Questions to Consider when Choosing Homeschool Curriculum

7 Ways to Include Children in Household Chores

Building the Homeschool Mom Resume

 

I want to thank my writing team here at The Homeschool Post:

North Laurel (Blossom)

Leah

Kym

Dan

They each contribute a post every month and I appreciate the perspective they bring and experience they share with us here. Thanks, team!

 

Happy homeschooling in a brand new year,

~Sara

 

 

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Sara (228 Posts)

I'm a reader, writer, dreamer, wife, and homeschooling mom of 3 girls. We take a relaxed, eclectic, Charlotte Mason-leaning, Montessori-ish, literature-rich, delight-directed, almost unschooling-at-times approach to learning. Lots of unit studies, field trips, and lapbooks, too. I like to blog about our learning adventures (plus faith and encouragement) at Embracing Destiny.


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