Happy April everyone! Jackie here from Let’sHomeschoolHighSchool.com.
Yikes! Summer is practically here. Can you believe it after all the winter snow? I like cooler weather, but snowmegeddan?!? Spring is perfect as far as I’m concerned. How about you? Are you looking forward to hotter weather?
I know it might seem a little early to talk about summer homeschooling plans, but it’s really not. If you are a planner like me, I’m sure you have been thinking about what you want to accomplish this summer. How much schooling will you do, if any? What kinds of activities will encompass your days? What curricula will you use? Are you planning a homeschool room make-over? Will roadschooling take a front seat during the summer? Will your summer be homeschool free?
Jump right in and link your homeschool high school summer planning post today!
Be careful to add your direct post page, not your homepage, in the link-up. Then copy and paste the code to share the link-up on YOUR own post page-thus the Blog Hop!
Here’s how: Just below where you click to enter your blog, you will see “Get the code here” . Click on it and a popup will give the code for Blogger and Word Press. Go to your blog post and click on HTML, scroll to the bottom and skip a line, then paste either the code for Blogger or Word Press and hit update. Done!
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.