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.
We encourage you to visit the other sites by clicking on the links and reading all of the fantastic ideas and insights shared by other bloggers. Also don’t forget to join the fun by adding your blog links. New to this link-up? Visit our guidelines here.
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We encourage you to visit at least one link-up post that catches your attention each week, and “like” any posts that you read and find particularly helpful. Thank you for joining us on this journey to discover “what’s working” for other homeschoolers. We are hoping to learn a lot from you too!
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Last week’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Top Three most viewed posts are:
- Brenda Rufener at Homeschool Diaries shared “Five Ways to Cut Homeschool Costs and Save Money.” Keeping homeschooling costs manageable is always a hot topic, so if you’re looking for more ways to save money, don’t miss this!
- Marianne Sunderland at Abundant Life shared “Living with Dyslexia: Expectations & Reality” — an honest and helpful must-read for parents schooling a dyslexic child.
- Sharla at The Chaos & The Clutter shared her suggestions for “Activities for The Secret Garden,” including everything from field trips and hands-on activities, to art projects and mealtime fun. There’s also a list of FREE printables to go with your reading and supplemental study!
Don’t forget to check out these “what’s working” articles from NextGen Homeschool authors last week:
- How to Plan for Homeschool Travel
- Homeschool Conventions 2013 Series
- Five Reasons to Consider Homeschool Co-Ops
Thank you to ALL of our participating bloggers! If you are featured this week, please take our button above to feature on your post. Also please make sure to subscribe to our FeedBlitz newsletter so that you will receive a copy of this week’s “What’s Working Weekly” top posts newsletter via email, where you will be featured.