Sneaking School into the Busy Days

Sneaking School Busy Days

Leah @ As We Walk Along the RoadSqueezing in School on Busy Days

More often than not we are rushing. Rush to go out the door. Rush to finish up school. Rush to get to gym or basketball or dance or swim. And there are days that in the midst of doing it all, it’s just hard to get to school. So what do we do on those days?

Lisa @ Chicken, Bunnies, and HomeschoolHow I sneak in extra school

Sneaking in extra school on long car journeys can be “downloadabley” easy and free!

Nicole @ Schooling in the Sun“Schooling” in Disguise

Now that some of my kiddos are getting older, it’s getting a bit more complicated to “trick” them into some schooling. But I still have a few things up my sleeve that make my homeschool Mommy heart happy because we’re learning, but my kiddos happy because we’re NOT schooling!

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Kemi @ Homemaking Organized BlogWhere Did You Learn That?!

Okay before you think I’m talking about learning swear words and unseemly behavior let me put your mind at ease.


What I’m talking about are the hidden gems I found in some of my daughter’s favorite cartoon characters.

Debbie @ Debbie’s Homeschool CornerFlexible Homeschooling

Sometimes life just gets in the way of my carefully planned schedule. Here are some ways we’ve thought of to fit school into these “disrupted” days.

Kym @ Homeschool Coffee BreakIf We’re Homeschoolers, Why Aren’t We at Home? 

Here we go again. Another ‘schoolday’ during which we’ll get precious little of the actual ‘schoolwork’ done because we’ll be out running around and busy with other things. It’s one of the ironies of homeschooling – aren’t we supposed to be at home? Schooling?

Beth @ Ozark RamblingsThe Walnuts Come First

The stuffed mason jar is a visual reminder on prioritizing my busy days.

Kathy @ Kathys Cluttered Mind — The World is Our Classroom

We are a very on the go, busy family. I often have friends ask me how do you fit in homeschool when you are so busy? Well as our blog motto states, “The World Is Our Classroom.” We use everything as a learning experience.

Annette @ A Net in TimeSqueezing in Schooling

You know how you get some days that are crazy busy? Doctor appointment, sports event, church thing, and what not? Even days when you have field trips but… you really need to get in some book learning too?

Just how do you squeeze it all in?


Brittney @ Mom’s HeartChildren are Always Learning

I abandoned lesson plans for real life experiences, and I abandoned formal curriculum for hands-on projects, and I abandoned the idea that school only happens when all the boxes are checked for the day. So now you might be wondering, how does she know her children are even learning anything?

Brandy @ Kingdom Homeschool AcademyToo Much to Do. Not Enough Time

You know those days, we all have them. You look at your planner and say “How are we going to get anything done?”

Crystal @ Crystal Starr BlogSneaking in School

And here is my little blurb. THANK YOU! I believe the most authentic learning doesn’t necessarily happen during our “school” time. Some of our best educational experiences these days are happening in the in between times, often away from home, while on the go, and even on weekends. Let me give you a peek!


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