I joined 25 other homeschool mama’s from the Homeschool Blogging Network to bring you a great blog series called 10 Days of Tips for Homeschool Moms. Each of us will be sharing tips and encouragement for the next 10 days about a variety of topics related to homeschooling. Since we just recently started our new homeschool year and are also right in the middle of moving our family from Kentucky to Ohio, I thought 10 Days of Homeschooling during a Move would be a great topic for me to write about.
10 Day Series Bloggers
Want to know how other homeschool mama’s have handled homeschooling during a move?
I thought I would kick this series off tomorrow with a round up post of more tips and ideas about keeping your homeschool going during a move. I will also be sharing something each day that we will do during the week of and after our move to make sure that we keep our homeschool going. I will also be sharing a few free printables too!
Day One: Homeschooling & Moving – Is It Possible?
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