The Review Crew is talking about “A Day in the Life of a Homeschooler” this week. One of the things I love most about homeschooling is that each day can be different. We have lots of flexibility and can adapt our school around our life and not life around school.
For us that means that several days a week we try to focus on our academic book work, but that other days might be learning animal science by training for our local livestock show or the state poultry judging competition.
Other days that might mean dressing up in their historical costumes to help teach a zoom history lesson or Pre-COVID even help teach field trip groups at our local historic site.
Many days it involves something in the kitchen. Learning fractions with cookies, cooking a historic meal, or snacks that match the letter of the day.
Then we can’t forget the music! It might be a fun SQUILT lesson, their daily music lessons, or just a family practice session. There is always something fun when it comes to music time.
Here are a few fun pictures of some of our various homeschool days! We love the flexibility and opportunity to turn any day or event into a learning opportunity. What do your homeschool days look like?
What do your homeschool days look like? Do your days tend to be the same or is there a lot of variety? What is your favorite part of the day? Be sure to check out what all of the other Crew Members had to say here.
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