Holiday seasons, especially between November and January, are busy times. Celebrations like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Hanukkah, and more seem to tumble on top of each other, with no time in between. For many families, it seems that homeschooling just goes out the window during these times. It is possible to stay sane and continue Homeschooling the Holidays.
If busyness during the holidays stresses your homeschool to the breaking point, the suggestions here will help you not only accomplish your homeschool goals, but also leave room for special holiday time.
My Coffee Break Book series is designed with you in mind! Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy reading about one homeschooling topic, without having to dig through a 400 page book! Never overwhelming, always accessible and manageable, my Coffee Break books will give you the tools you need to tackle the tasks of homeschooling high school.
Homeschooling the Holidays" explores:
- ideas for "Christmas School,"
- gifts to encourage specialization,
- gifts to fuel the love of learning,
- gifts to encourage your student's work experiences,
- and gifts to help you cope!
Homeschooling the Holidays is free on Kindle December 2-6, 2018. Hurry and get your copy now!
December can be a great month to collect delight directed learning credits! My book, Delight Directed Learning, can help you turn your child's passion into high school credit.
You might also find that December is a month when you need to gain a refreshing perspective on homeschooling that will support and encourage you along the way, throughout the year. My book, Finding the Faith to Homeschool High School is a weekly homeschool mom devotional that covers the challenges parents face while homeschooling high school.