Help for Busy Homeschoolers

This time of year is always crazy busy for us. We have family spread out and we do a lot of traveling to visit everyone. There are more activities with our homeschool group, and there are more things to see and do around us; Christmas lights, holiday parades, shopping, etc.

So it’s now, when I need the most help as far as quick homeschool ideas. Things I can find for them to work on, that I don’t have to put a lot of planning into.  I rely, not surprisingly, on the Internet for this help. Typically, I like to formally “break” for the month of December, but I don’t want the boys to do nothing, so we focus on holiday specific stuff.

The boys love learning about winter holidays other than the one we celebrate. Lapbooking or little unit studies are a great way to do this. They can make holiday specific recipes, learn and document about the history of the holiday (for my older one, this documentation could be written or drawn, but for the younger one, this is mostly drawn) and more.

Since spelling and reading are areas we rarely take a break from, they will also work on holiday spelling lists and go through some book reviews to find holiday related activities/books.

Share with me! What are some of your resources for homeschool help…holiday specific or not. 🙂

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