Special Replay: Homeschooling Through the Winter Blahs

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How to Homeschool Through the Winter Blahs: The Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast

Do you feel blah once Christmas is over like I do? The tips on this episode will encourage you!

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Teaching Tip of the Week

The teaching tip of the week is Shining Dawn Books’ Nature by the Season: Winter. This preschool/kindergarten curriculum will help you and your younger learner appreciate winter and have fun learning. With 40 Nature Walk ideas and colorful worksheets, you’ll find yourself warming up to learning this winter.
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How to Homeschool Through the Winter Blahs

I turned to the bloggers of iHomeschool Network.

Reasons I'm Thankful for Winter free printable

I’ve created a free Thankful for Winter printable for you and your kids.

There are plenty of free options for getting into the word at biblegateway.com.

If you are still struggling with your attitude to the point that you suspect you’re depressed, make an appointment to see your doctor or counselor. I did an interview with the Fletchers for Homeschooling in Real Life on depression.

I have a winter workout for kids and 6 workouts you can do at home on Psychowith6.

Be sure to check out my post of 6 more crazy-easy crockpot recipes for fix it and forget it homemade meals this winter.

I have a really fun study on Mr. Popper’s penguins on Psychowith6 that you could try. The iHomeschool network bloggers have lots of great ideas for you. I’ve also pinned some good ones on my winter inspiration board on Pinterest.

Start a new fun study. Gena Mayo’s 20th Century Music Appreciation is a great one. I bought soft fake snowballs for the kids for this purpose.

Action Steps

If we will change our attitude about winter, take care of ourselves and the kids physically, and do something new, we can definitely homeschool through the winter blahs. Make a plan right now and let me know what you’re going to do on the Homeschool Sanity Facebook page.

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Have a happy homeschool week!