NextGen Homeschool’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Link-Up is a place for fellow homeschoolers to link up a post about anything you are using in your homeschool and household that is working well for you, such as a particular curriculum, teaching method, creative ideas, organizational approaches, technology tools, helpful books and blogs, balancing homeschool with life/work/personal, etc. Feel free to link up several posts that follow the “what’s working” theme.
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Last week’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Top Three most viewed posts are:
- Melanie at Psychowith6 shared her picks for “What’s Hot in Homeschooling This Week.” This week’s hot posts included a perspective on the Common Core State Standards, creating the perfect homeschool schedule, and how to successfully work from home and homeschool.
- Rebecca at Mom’s Mustard Seeds shared her advice for “How an Introvert Survives in a Vendor Hall at a Convention.” If you’ve never been to a homeschooling convention before and plan to, or you are an introvert too who is equally petrified of navigating the vendor hall, you’ll find Rebecca’s advice useful and reassuring.
- Heather at Homeschooling On Faith & Coffee shared another post in her series “Let’s Talk Curriculum:” This time, she discusses “Homeschooling Style and Curriculum” and how you can use the learning styles of your children to help determine your homeschooling style. You will also find links to the earlier posts in this series.
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