5 Days of Tips for Homeschool Parents

This week the Schoolhouse Review Crew is kicking off 5 Days of Tips for Homeschool Parents. I will be sharing some of my own tips for homeschooling through challenges such as tips for homeschooling when a child is ill or injured, tips for homeschooling when you are ill or injured and tips for homeschooling through fatigue and stress.

5 Days of Tips for Homeschooling Parents

I will create a category for the 5 Days of Tips for Homeschool Parents which will be under the Homeschool drop down in my menu bar so the posts are easy to find. Plus, I will link them all here in this post as well, so you can bookmark this post for easy reference!

As you can probably guess, the 5 Days of Tips for Homeschool Parents started today, and I am only posting 4 posts. Unfortunately, our youngest son had a bad fall yesterday with some injuries and a minor concussion. Because homeschooling through these challenges can be tricky, I had to prioritize taking care of him and our homeschool day and didn’t have the chance to finish a full post today.

So I thought I’d take a few minutes to introduce the series as well as introduce you to a few of the awesome homeschool bloggers that are participating! Be sure to check out their blogs and their tips! The tips shared through this series are going to vary greatly as there are bloggers with different experiences, so I’m sure you’ll find some great tips!

Here are just a few of the participating bloggers:

Melissa @ Grace Christian School
Michele @ Family, Faith and Fridays
Missica @ Through the Open Window
Monique @ Mountain of Grace Homeschooling
Rebekah @ There Will Be A $5 Charge For Whining
Renita @ Krazy Kuehner Days
Sarah @ Renaissance Mama
Sasha @ Such a Time as This
Tawnee @ Adventures in Homeschooling
Tiffany @ The Crafty Home
Tina @ Desperate Homeschoolers

To check out all of the participating homeschool bloggers be sure to visit the 5 Days of Tips for Homeschool Parents on the Schoolhouse Review Crew Blog!


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  1. Michele Pleasants says

    Oh no! Hope your sweet son is ok! Praying for a complete recovery and looking forward to reading your upcoming posts!

    • Thanks! He is doing much better. We still have to see the dentist about his teeth and mouth, but overall, he’s definitely recovering well.

  2. Oh dear, hope your son is ok and he recovers quickly!

  3. So sorry to hear about your son’s accident! Taking care of him is definitely your main priority! Hope he recovers completely and soon.
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  4. is your boy doing better?

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