Kristi @ The Potter’s Hand Academy — Have the Best Spring Ever!
This is one of my FAVORITE times of year. There’s so much new life, new growth, promise, potential… I love spring! Especially after a hard winter like most of us just had. So, here are some of my favorite things to bring into your life for spring
Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road — Great Spring Resources for Your Homeschool
Although spring weather doesn’t seem to be here to stay- at least in my neck of the woods- the calendar says it’s spring. I’m joining the TOS Review Crew in sharing some spring resources for your homeschool.
Annette @ A Net in Time — Ditching the Books for Outdoor Fun
When I thought of spring studies I immediately thought of our recent day that we took off from doing book work.
My son was ABSOLUTELY delighted!
“Mom.. you mean I can help you and look for bugs too?”
Sure can lad. 🙂
“YEAH!!! This will be the best day ever!”
So come along as we go through our “best day ever!”
Tawnee @ Adventures in Homeschooling — 3 Ways to Make Your Backyard a Nature Study
We enjoy studying nature. What child doesn’t really? They love learning about the world – smelling flowers, digging in the dirt for worms, watching ants build hills, and feeding the birds and squirrels.
Brandy @ Kingdom Academy Homeschool — Planting, Sowing and Reaping
Each time we plant, we learn more about how to prepare the soil, how to nurture our plants, how to protect them from bugs, and how much water they need.I find this a perfect analogy for our Christian walk in life and our relationship with the Lord.
Jennifer @ Simblissity — Spring is in the air!
I created two free nature journals for you, and each contains several different font options.
Sara @ Embracing Destiny — Free and Frugal Spring Homeschool Resources
A collection of free and frugal homeschool resources to help put a “spring” in your step!
Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break — Studying with Spring Fever
It’s a beautiful spring day, with birds singing and a gentle breeze blowing. It feels perfect after the snow and cold winds and ice storms. But the school year isn’t over yet, so we have to find a way to soothe our cabin fever while getting the rest of the schoolwork done.