Let’s Homeschool High School February 2014 Blog Hop/
Let’s Homeschool High School February 2014 Blog Hop
Happy February everyone! Jackie here from Let’sHomeschoolHighSchool.com. February is the month for love, presidents, groundhogs, Black History, and tons of funky or bizarre things to celebrate and learn about. In honor of so many different happenings during February, this month’s focus is potluck! You get to choose what your post will be about. You might choose to inspire us all, share your current schedule or curriculum, show off your classroom or your high school homeschooler’s projects…well, you get the idea.
Add your direct post page, not your homepage, in the link-up. Then copy and paste the code below to share the link-up on YOUR own post page-thus the Blog Hop! Once it’s added, all the other blogs linked-up will show up on your page. The code will allow your readers to also join in the hop and link-up with the rest of us, or simply hop to the other posts to read and enjoy.
Please don’t forget to visit at least three other participating blogs and leave them a comment letting them know you were there. You know we ALL love getting comments. And I would be forever grateful if you would please help promote the link-up via any appropriate hashtags on Twitter or Facebook. Example: #lhshsbloghop is the hashtag for Let’s Homeschool High School Blog Hop.
And finally, we would really love it if you would head over to our official blog hop page to grab our blog hop image (button) to share on your sidebar, plus all the nitty gritty details are waiting for you to check out.
Until next month, this is Jackie saying happy homeschooling high school!
Jackie, a former public and private school teacher, enjoys homeschooling her 16 year old daughter via Time4Learning's new high school courses and other supplementals. Jackie keeps busy writing study guides, educational articles, and literature units for various online education companies as well as acting as an online marketing consultant. She is a contributing author at 3 D Learners.