Well it seems that summer has flown by, and the beginning of the fall semester is nearly here. Pretty crazy, huh? Having been a Highschool grad and now studying as a college sophomore, I know that exciting and nervous feeling that we all get around this time of year when it comes time to plan for the next school year.
Moms, veterans and first-time-homeschooling moms alike, I know it can be nerve-racking and at most daunting to take on the planning of your child’s schooling. But guess what? I’m here specifically to help you make that transition from those long, lazy summer months into a more rigorous school schedule.
Below I’ve compiled a list of goodies to get you started right on your homeschool schedule. Plus, I’m also providing you with all the details about HSLDA’S Back to Homeschool Giveaway!
We all know getting to homeschooling can be a hassle, so why not try some of these quick no-hassle recipes to get you and your kids energized and excited for the new school year!
–Mini Caramel Apples (what with autumn fast approaching n’ all)
Here are a few tips and helpful pointers to get you started off right!
TIPS FOR YOU AND YOUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR:
Fun crafts to begin the school year!
–Responsibility Pins (keeping kids and mom on track with chores, tasks etc)
Calling all homeschooling families: You could win a free laptop . . . and more!
Whether you are eager to dive into studies or still savoring every last moment of summer fun, HSLDA’s giveaway offers something for everyone to get excited about. Don’t miss your chance to win asome really great prizes!
GRAND PRIZE WINNER:
-One New Laptop Computer
-Gift Certificate for One Year of HSLDA Membership
-One HSLDA Student Photo ID Card
-One HSLDA Teacher Photo ID Card
10 SECONDARY PRIZE WINNERS:
-Each receive a free one-year subscription to Fast Transcripts
Enter HERE and don’t forget to share with your friends!
Are you a homeschooling blogger? Want a chance to receive two 1-year subscriptions to Fast Transcripts? Email me at Charity@hslda.org if you’re interested!
May the Lord bless you as you embark on this next school year!