Written by Donna Ashton of The Waldorf Connection.
After the dust from the holidays settles, we are left with a few winter months to snuggle and homeschool.
We usually buckle-down and cover more ground in our lessons, as there are fewer distractions. During the quiet days of winter, it just feels like the time is right to dig in.
Yet it often feels like an in-between time to me.
The newness of the school year and fall festivals has waned, and the promise of spring is still out of reach.
If you live in a cold climate it can be more challenging to get the kids outside (as well as yourself.)
Whether or not we like it, there is more time indoors and more opportunities to bond together as a family during these darker days.
How can you keep motivation and inspiration?