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Ten Posts from 2013 You Shouldn’t Miss…

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Looking back at 2013, there are a few posts that were my personal favorites or reader favorites. This blogging journey {since 2007} has been much fun, and I cannot express how much I appreciate all of you!

Your comments, thoughts, and questions mean so much. Your willingness to help others with advice – well, that’s a great thing to see in action.

Posts Not to Miss from Homeschool Creations in 2013 copy

:: Using Legos in the Classroom – Legos abound in our home. Here are a few ways that we incorporate them into our learning and  reader tips as well.

:: Snippets of Doubt – We all have moments when we wonder if we are doing a good job homeschooling, especially me. Here’s a peek into my thoughts. 

:: How to Choose Homeschool Curriculum – Not sure where to start in picking curriculum?

:: Weekly Routine: Managing My Time – Want a peek into my daily routine? Here’s a look at how my days and weeks are mapped out.

:: Talking to Your Preteen about Sex and Dating – Eventually, you’ll have to have that talk. Our time together turned out to be one of the BEST weekends ever.

:: How to Plan Your Homeschool Day – A step-by-step look at how we lay out our school year, organize that pesky paperwork, and planning tips.

:: Tips for Attending a Homeschool Convention – One thing I enjoy each year is attending our local homeschool convention, and there are a few things that I’ve learned over the years.

:: 25 Books We Plan to Read Aloud This Year – Between bedtime and daily reading, there are 25 books that we plan to read with the kids during our school year.

:: Learning Jar Activities – Here’s a look at how we fit in all those random little learning toys and activities during out homeschool day.

:: Homeschooling on a Limited Budget – When finances are tight and resources are limited, here are ways you can stretch your budget and cut costs.


Thank you all for being fabulous and for stopping by day after day to be a part of everything here at Homeschool Creations! I so appreciate you!

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