It can be tough to survive spring fever in homeschooling, but these tips and free printable writing prompts can help!
Spring. That time of year when every homeschool parent wants to throw in the towel. Or better yet, grab a towel and a good book and head to the beach!
No? Just me?
Getting past the slump of spring is tough, and that tricky homeschool freedom makes it SO easy to slack.
How to Survive Spring Fever In Homeschooling
1. Focus on what you’ve accomplished.
Don’t waste another second worrying about what you haven’t finished yet. Stop stressing over the lesson pages you’re afraid will be left blank when you sit down to meet with your year-end evaluator.
Your family has accomplished so much this year! It’s easy to start panicking at this time of year about all the lessons we haven’t completed yet, but what we should be doing is taking some time to recognize all that we have achieved!
What positives has your family had this homeschool school year?
Sit down and make a list of milestones, achievements, and memories.
Spring is the perfect time to begin compiling and organizing your annual portfolios if your state requires them (or just for a keepsake). Seeing everything you’ve been working on all year reminds you how much you’ve accomplished and helps to relieve that spring panic you’re not doing enough. [Read more…]