Resources and Gift Ideas for Mothers Day: Homeschool Link UP

With Mother’s Day around the corner we’ve been considering ideas and encouragements for you to bless your Mom.  Being a mother encompasses so much more than home education.  As mothers we carry hopes and dreams and the hearts of our children from the moment they are conceived and every day for as long as we live.  Treasuring a mother and showing her that she has value does not have to be an expensive thing.  It can be a letter of encouragement or a cup of tea shared on a quiet afternoon.

As homeschooling mothers we need to remember that our teaching carries great value before the Lord.  In Proverbs 6:20-21 God tells us to not forsake our mothers teaching and to bind them around hearts.  Our teaching whether it be life skills or school subjects carry much weight before the Lord.

May you be encouraged and lifted up and equipped as you read from our Crew today.

Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses shares

Kim @ shares Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day – Don’t Forget Her This Year! – I’ve picked some gift ideas any mom would appreciate with links to Amazon.

Kelly Ann @ Our Everyday Harvest shares Children’s Books That Center on the Love Between a Mother and Child – There’s nothing like snuggling up with your kids to read a good book! Here are sixteen of our favorite heartwarming children’s books that celebrate the special bond between a mother and child.

Kristen @ A Mom’s Quest to Teach shares Crafts: Mother’s Day Wreath – In this post, A Mom’s Quest to Teach shares a simple craft that can be made using recycled cardboard egg cartoons for Mother’s Day.

Pam @ Simply Passionate shares Non-Traditional Mother’s Day – Suggestions for Mom’s who are non-traditionalist, but still want to be celebrated.

Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break shares The Rewards of Homeschooling Teens – There are many wonderful opportunities in home educating and enjoying your teens.

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