Written by contributor Kris of Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
Summer. A time for swimming, sleeping in, watching a little more TV, reading a few more books, cook-outs and family vacations. In short, summer typically offers a more relaxed schedule and a little more free time.
Even if you school year ’round, chances are your summer schedule isn’t as packed with outside activities as normal.
More time and less structure can make summer the perfect time to learn some new skills. No, I’m not talking about the three R’s. I’m talking about those things that can make your home run more smoothly when school is back in session.