Blog Cruise – Homeschooling in the Summer

It’s almost May, and everyone is gearing up for summer with its—-Summer vacations,

Summer reading programs,

Summer camps,

and Summer Homeschooling?

This week, the Crew is tackling the question Do you homeschool during the summer? Why or why not? What is your summer homeschooling like?

~Nikki @ Joy in the Journey shares her plans for Summer Learning.

~Debbie @ Debbie’s Homeschool Corner talks about Summer Homeschooling.

~Heidi @ Reviews & Reflections asks School and summer: do they mix?

~Debra @ Footprints in the Butter writes Too hot to play, or why we homeschool through the summer.

~Lori @ Loving Learning at Home says Summer School – It’s Not a Bad Thing.

~Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads shares her Top 10 Reasons We Homeschool Year Around.

~Lisa @ The Berry Patch shares Summer School – Homeschool Style.

Come back next week when we answer the question, “What do you do if you child doesn’t like to read?”

This introductory article was written by Kristen @ A Day in the Life.

1 thought on “Blog Cruise – Homeschooling in the Summer”

  1. I just discovered your page. I do homeschool in summer, but not full homeschooling. We just do work once or twice a week to keep things fresh. I read about your question next week, and I'd have to say that I learned a good lesson on a child that doesn't want to read with my second child. He's graduating from college on May 1st…with a degree in English now. Needless to say, he loves to read 🙂




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