5 Ways to Encourage Summer Learning

The following is a guest post written by Erin Walton of Mama in Progress.

Summer months are spent differently in every homeschooling family, from a full stop to schooling all the way through- and all kinds of variations in between.

No matter where you fall on that spectrum, the summer months can be a great time to try on a different education style or go for a project you might not try during the regular school year.

These are a few ideas designed to bring learning into your summer, no matter what type of summer schooling family you might be.
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5 Tips to Occupy Your Toddler While Homeschooling

The following is a guest post written by Erin Walton of Calling it Progress.

One of the lovely things about homeschooling is that the family is home together much of the time.

It is part of the reason many of us homeschool, but it can also be one of the hardest logistical parts, especially with a toddler!

What can you do to keep that little one busy (but not ignored) while you work with your older kids?
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