One of the best resources for home educators is other home educators! Sharing ideas and encouraging each other is a priceless benefit of having a strong network of homeschool friends. Not only that, but taking the time to record some of the highlights of each week gives us a way to look back at how far we have come when we hit rough spots in our journeys! So... Nicolette, Maggie and I decided to start a little meet-up each week to keep each other accountable and encouraged! And we want YOU to join us! Here is how it works:
- Each Monday morning, each of the 3 hosts will be posting their own week-in-review style post, and inviting other home educators to link up with us.
We will be answering a standard set of questions, but using the questions is not required to link up! Any post about home education is welcome!For the first week (going live 9/14) we will post an introduction to our families and our homeschool... something along the lines of a "day in the life" post. We would LOVE for you to do the same this week!
- Parents are teachers, even if they aren't choosing to make home education their primary focus. Even if your kiddos go to school part time or full time, feel free to link up creative ideas for adding to that education at home!
- Use the hashtag #ParentTeacherMeetUp when you share home education moments and resources on IG (and twitter, G+, wherever!) so we can continue the conversation throughout the week.
- Make sure to visit other posts in the link-up and share away!
- We will be pinning posts each week to the link-up board to help promote your posts!
- Be respectful and keep any linked content family-friendly. (This is kind of a given, but in the online world sometimes you just never know! Questionable content may be removed as hosts see fit.)
- It would be lovely if you would follow all 3 of us in whatever social media avenues you frequent:
If you have a homeschool blog and plan to join us, feel free to link up your homepage below! (Blogs without obvious homeschool content may be removed at the discretion of the hosts.)