H is for Humility

Homeschooling Through the Holidays H is for Humility

This post is part of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Carlie from So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler? Humility is a major focus in our homeschool year-round, however it is of particular focus during the holiday season. Why? Because Jesus himself was the most humble person that will ever [...]

G is for Games: Christmas Rollick

Christmas Rollick: a fun game for the entire family {printable instructions and game cards}

This post is part of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It is written by Corine of Books by Corine. G is ….for games! (I know everyone thought it would be for giving, since I am the author of two books about giving). However, one of my favorite things to do during the holiday [...]

F is for Family Faces {an All About My Family printable pack}

Family Face: An All About My Family Printable Pack

This post is part of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It is written by Monica from Happy and Blessed Home. One of the things I love about this time of year is that we get to spend some time with beloved family and friends. To help make this time extra-special and fun I [...]

E is for Engaging the Senses

ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays E is for Engaging the Senses

This post is part of my Christmas series, The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Renee from NextGenHomeschool. Letter E: Eggnog… Or Engaging The Senses! One of my favorite Christmas traditions since childhood is drinking eggnog. Not because there’s any significance to it, but because my mom and I always shared [...]

D is for Desire

D is for Desire

Today’s ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays post is written by Felice Gerwitz of Media Angels. D is for Desire. Be blessed by her words! I desire to do better in my faith walk with God, being an amazing wife, mother, and as a homemaker, but oh, how short I fall during the holidays! Why [...]

The Cinnamon Bear

The Cinnamon Bear

This post is for letter “C” in The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. It was written by Jim Erskine of Homeschool Freebie of the Day. “C” is for… “The Cinnamon Bear”! Lots of homeschoolers say that we are responsible for getting them hooked on “The Cinnamon Bear” when we first featured it ten years [...]

B is for Bible Reading

Open Bible with Christmas story and Christmas decorations. Selective focus.

This post is for “letter B” in The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. The post was written by Amy from Homeschool Encouragement. How important is it to focus on Jesus during Christmas? How important is it to you and your family? I’m asking because when something is important – truly important – we sacrifice [...]

Homeschool Christmas Card Exchange

Homeschool Family Christmas Card Exchange

My daughters and I were in Wal-Mart earlier today and as we were picking out our family Christmas cards for this year. I began to think about how much fun it would be to send and receive Christmas cards from fellow homeschooling families from all over the country. So, here it is, the first annual [...]

A is for Advent

Advent Ornaments Tutorial

This is the first post of The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays series. It is written by Jennifer from Godly Glimpses. A is for Advent! I am so excited that Christmas is drawing near! I simply love celebrating the birth of our Savior! I hope that you will take this activity and make it [...]

The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays

ABCs of Homeschooling through the Holidays

Welcome to the Christmas season!! Homeschooling through the holidays can pose some challenges, but it can also be an exciting, fun time for the whole family! Beginning tomorrow, Nov. 18 and running through December 23rd, I am teaming up with 26 fabulous homeschool bloggers to bring you The ABCs of Homeschooling Through the Holidays. Each [...]