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I used to tell my kids that I don’t homeschool because I love them too much. It’s the truth. I am not meant for homeschooling. Aside from a business that takes an enourmous amount of attention, I have dogs and kid activities and meal planning and so on and so on. Now, however, with the changes in the world, I have no choice. All three girls have schoolwork every day and I have to set aside the time to help them learn. Which I am really not great with. But I try. And then I try some more. That is why I started scouring the internet for FREE Homeschooling Ideas.
Yes, the kids get assignments from teachers but I need them to do more. Luckily, I was told about Snoopy and their FREE Homeschooling Ideas that my kids are so excited about!
The materials were developed by the award-winning curriculum specialists at Young Minds Inspired, the nation’s leading provider of free educational outreach programs, and reviewed by their blue-ribbon panel of active teachers.
We simply went to Peanuts.com and then clicked the screen that says ‘In Home Classroom Ideas’. It takes you to a plethora of classroom projects for kids! From Snoopy in Space to The Peanuts Movie, there are free homeschooling idea packs for you! How fun is THIS?
My kids are in the gardening and Easter state of mind so we chose Springtime with Peanuts! Inside the pack is instructions, activities and ideas to expand your child’s learning!
With the colorful and engaging worksheets come ideas on how to expand learning with math, science and more! My kids are a little older but even they found these lessons to be a lot of fun.
And they are all FREE!
While we all navigate this brave new world of homeschooling, help is appreciated. Especially when it is with friends we have all loved from the very beginning.
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Which lesson plan will you do with your children?