Real Life Homeschooling is a monthly blog hop that will show the world that homeschooling is so much more than sitting at a desk doing math worksheets.
On the second Tuesday of each month, more than 20 homeschool bloggers (including NextGen Homeschool) will be co-hosting the Real Life Homeschooling blog hop. Each blogger will share a post of their own and then give you the opportunity to link up your own posts.
Feel free to share your posts that show how homeschooling happens in real life just as well as during “school hours.” Possible ideas include: field trips, special projects, community service, what your child learned in the grocery store/barn yard/park/etc., family trips, church events, the possibilities are endless. Real life homeschooling is about turning the world into our classroom. As a homeschooling parent, we know our children are always learning, right?! That is what this blog hop is about.
If you’re new to the Real Life Homeschooling Blog Hop, see our co-hosts list and details here. You’ll find this month’s Blog Hop Link-Up below.
Our Real Life Homeschooling: Traveling
This week we’re celebrating “not-back-to-school” and camping with friends from Durango in Aspen. Homeschooling while traveling is one of my favorite benefits of the homeschool life. One planned highlight of this camping trip will be (hopefully) observing the Perseid Meteor Shower, which is still at its peak Monday August 12.