Tere @ Teachable Scotts Tots Homeschool – Pinterest Homeschooling Day 1: Dictionary Paper Snowflakes
Since I cringed at the idea of tearing apart a book, I journeyed off to Goodwill to find an old book I wouldn’t feel guilty about destroying to create. What better book to start with than a dictionary! I picked up this old dictionary for $1 at my local Goodwill. And, then I began to search for craft ideas.
Meg @ Adventures with Jude — Lesson Planning and Assignments with Pinterest
Up until recently, I would pin a video or journal article that I wanted Luke to use for an assignment and write the title in his planner, but then he would have to consult me to find out where it was online. Finally, I realized — if he had the link, he could do it independently, but I needed it to be simpler than writing the entire URL, so I created him his own Pinboard!
Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road — Some Great Pinterest Resources for Homeschooling
With the advent of Pinterest and its increasing popularity, homeschoolers have found a great place full of resources for any and all kinds of homeschooling needs.
Jennifer @ Home Grown Hearts Academy — Pinterest Resources for Homeschooling
Back in August of 2013, I was contacted by Pinterest to be part of Teachers on Pinterest. I was specifically asked to spearhead a board geared towards homeschooling. It was such an honor and I was easily able to find like-minded homeschoolers to contribute towards making the board the success it is today. I’d love for you to check it out.
Sarah @ Delivering Grace — Pinterest and Planning
Pinterest is useful for collecting my ideas in one place and for storing inspiration for the future. I find it far easier to link to an image than put a website or page in my favourites.
Jennifer @ Chestnut Grove Academy — Tips for Homeschooling with Pinterest
Pinterest is a HUGE tool for me in lesson planning, especially because we take a VERY eclectic approach to learning. It’s great organization tool, and clutter free!
Monique @ Living Life & Learning – - How to Never Run Out of Homeschool Ideas — Pinterest
Never run out of homeschool ideas when you can find everything you need and keep it in a safe place on Pinterest.
Brandy @ Kingdom Academy Homeschool — My Favorite Pinterest Boards
Fortunately, Pinterest is full of great ideas for homeschoolers. There are all kinds of links to activities, freebies, giveaways, and inspiration that it has really become one of my go-to sources when I need ideas.
Sarah @ My Joy-Filled Life — Homeschooling Inspiration from Pinterest
When I’m looking for science experiments, craft ideas, notebooking pages, or pretty much anything to supplement our learning, I don’t search for an idea in my search engine, I head right to Pinterest and search there.
Jennifer @ Royal Little Lambs — Homeschooling with Pinterest
Pinterest has a plethora of fun schooling activities – most from bloggers and moms way more creative than I. I have fun exploring and try to actually implement some of my finds with my kids.
Sara @ Embracy Destiny — Pinterest with Purpose: How I Use Pinterest for Homeschooling
I decided that if Pinterest was really going to be useful and practical for me, then I needed to narrow down my purpose. Here are 5 tips that I’ve learned to use Pinterest with purpose for homeschooling.
Lisa @ Home to 4 Kiddos — Homeschooling with Pinterest
Pinterest has become a real phenomenon and wealth of information for so many of us. I have shared some ideas from Pinterest, as well as boards that can help in your homeschool journey.
Nikki @ Angels of Heart — How to Use Pinterest to Plan
I use pinterest as a place I can archive ideas I can use in our homeschool. At the moment I have 296 boards and the majority of those boards are for educating my kids and for helping me to make a plan for their education.