3 Fun Ways to Keep Learning All Summer Long

summer learning ideas that don't involve textbooks or electronics

Picture the happy scene. Your kids are taking a school break for the summer. The family is spending quality time together. The kids play outside from dawn to dusk. Every day is a joy.  Ahhh. Except it’s not like this in my house. Yes, some days are. But then there are those days. … [Read more...]

Educational Activities for Summertime Learning

7 ideas for educational activities you can do this summer in your homeschool. Keep the kids learning year-round, but still enjoy the summer! hsbapost.com

  Even if you are not in classroom mode, learning can take place year round in your homeschool in and out of the home. Summer is no exception. There are many activities that stimulate your child's brain and imagination that are fun as well and make great Educational … [Read more...]

7 Ideas for Summer Math Practice

7 Fun Ideas for Summer Math Practice. Hands-on summer homeschooling series at hsbapost.com

  Just because you are taking a break from your formal homeschooling for the summer, doesn't mean you can't find plenty of ways to include fun summer math practice. This applies to year-round homeschoolers who want some summer-themed math practice, too. Use inexpensive … [Read more...]

11 Ways to Connect Your Child to Nature

Homeschooling isn't limited to just 1 room in your house. Here are 11 Ways to Connect Your Child to Nature and help them develop an appreciation for it while learning. Charlotte Mason influenced homeschooling. hsbapost.com

  In the times we are living in it seems increasingly harder and harder to get the kids to step away from the t.v. and video games and get outdoors to connect with nature. Some kids have a natural affection for anything to do with nature while others find it boring. Here … [Read more...]

5 Reasons Every Homeschool Should Use Sensory Bins

Are you using sensory bins in your homeschool? Here are 5 great reason why you should! hsbapost.com

  Sensory bins have been a huge thing in many classrooms for the last few years, but especially for homeschoolers. However, not everyone uses them if they don't believe their child has sensory issues. As a homeschooling parent you should definitely be using these in your … [Read more...]