Threadbare Homeschooling

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Every year, the Schoolhouse Review Crew hosts an annual 5-day blog hop with the topic of our choice. Threadbare Homeschooling can mean so many things. Some of the definitions of threadbare include so thin you can see through it, showing signs of age and neglect, used so often it’s dull, barely adequate because of cheapness or shabbiness, lacking material or monetary possessions. Does that sound like your homeschooling experience from time to time?

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Sometimes we all have seasons where we need to scale back to the bare bones because of money, or because of crisis in our personal lives, or just because we’re feeling burnt out. This week, I’d like to share with you some tips and encouragement for those times when you’re in the trenches and needing to do some threadbare homeschooling.

I will return to this page and link up all of the posts as they are published. Look for a new one each day this week!

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But in the meantime, would you share with me? What do YOU think of when I say “threadbare homeschooling”?

Check out the other Crew blog hop posts! Here are the topics being presented this year:

  • Debra – 5 Days of Growing a Heart for Your Community
  • Chareen – 5 Days of Charlotte Mason Resoures
  • Dawn – 5 Days of Homeschooling Teens
  • Michele – 5 Days of Keeping your Homeschool Alive
  • Amanda H – 5 Days of Homeschooling Without Going Insane
  • Annette – 5 Days of Things We Enjoy in our Homeschool
  • Ashley N – 5 Days of “Kitchen-Schooling” with preschoolers
  • Carol – 5 Days of An Honest Look at High School
  • Cassandra H – 5 Days of Knowing When and What to Change in Your Homeschool
  • Christina C – 5 Days of Building Positive Thinking
  • Crystal H – 5 Days of Creating Independence in Your Homeschooling
  • Dana L – 5 Days of Homeschooling with Epilepsy and Other Issues
  • Elyse R – 5 Days of Finding our Homeschool Strengths
  • Emilee R – 5 Days of Homeschooling as a Single Parent
  • Erin S – 5 Days of Homeschooling with Living Books
  • Felicia M – 5 Days of Living the Bible in Your Homeschool
  • Hillary M – 5 Days of Morning Time for All Ages
  • Jaime G – 5 Days in the Life of a Stressed Out Homeschool Mom (and how not to be one)
  • Jacquelin C – 5 Days of Hands-On Learning
  • Jennifer K – 5 Days of Inspiring Reluctant Learners
  • Jennifer N – 5 Days of Books To Help Homeschooling Moms
  • Jodi G – 5 Days of Hiding the Word in Their Hearts.
  • Julia C – 5 Days of Homeschooling from Scratch
  • Karen W – 5 Days of 5 Days of International Studies for Young Children
  • Kelly KL – 5 Days of Homeschooling Children with Special Needs
  • Kemi – 5 Days of Working Through Math Struggles in Homeschool
  • Kirsten W – 5 days of Homeschooling Twins
  • Kristi H – 5 Day of Preschool Math
  • Kym T – 5 Days of the Rewards of Homeschooling Teens
  • Linda S – 5 Days of Wit and Wisdom from Veteran Homeschool Moms
  • Lisa M – 5 Days of Popular Homeschool Teaching Styles
  • Meghan W- 5 Days of of Literacy in the Home{school}
  • Melissa B – 5 Days of Extracurriculars to Add to Your Homeschool
  • Meredith D – 5 Days of Homeschooling a High Achiever.
  • Missica J – 5 Days of Eclectic Homeschooling with Special Needs
  • Monique G – 5 Days of Homeschooling the Middle School Years
  • Rebekah T – 5 days of Simple Homeschooling in a Complicated World
  • Ritsumei H – 5 Days of Homeschooling Books
  • Wendy R – 5 days of Homeschooling Kids with a Large Age Gap
  • Yvie – 5 days of Road-Schooling

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