Homeschool Traditions ~ Not Back to School Blog Hop

Welcome to the annual Not Back to School hosted by the Homeschool Review Crew. Today we are sharing about Homeschool Traditions. My interest in traditions began two decades ago. I was researching how to make Christmas special for my children.

Over the years I learned that traditions do not need to be hard work to be a family tradition. The best traditions are the ones that we fall into without much work on our behalf. Traditons are the things you do as a family every day or at particular times during the year.

For our family we have a couple of traditions:

  • Each morning we commence the day by coming together and enjoying a cup of tea together.
  • We begin each new year by attending the Victorian Not Back to School Party. We have been attending this for the past twelve years.
  • Whenever things become tense or we are struggling, we have choose to have some ice cream. It’s a fabulous positive way to diffuse a tense situation.


Thank you to Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses for writing this introductory post. You can find her on Facebook.

5 thoughts on “Homeschool Traditions ~ Not Back to School Blog Hop”

  1. I haven’t really thought of traditions as a daily part of our day, but the way it’s shared here really fits the word ‘tradition’. I’m going to steal that ice cream in struggling times tradition – we really need something like that to diffuse situations and get us back to good times! Thanks for the ideas.


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