A Middle Schooler’s View of Hands-On Homeschooling
My name is Abigail and I am a hands-on middle schooler.
To me, this means fewer textbooks and instead, more projects and field trips. I enjoy it because I’m always trying different activities and regularly seeing new places.
Here are photos I’ve taken to show my view of hands-on homeschooling.
Alafia River Rendezvous – The Southeast’s largest pre-1840 interpretive encampment.
What does your home school look like?
Today we are pairing up with iHN to bring you a Kids View of Homeschooling.
I’m Abigail, a sixth grade homeschooler. I enjoy being homeschooled because it gives me time for the things I love such as art, reading, playing the violin, and coin collecting. I also LOVE American Girl dolls and play with them all the time.
Beautiful photos Abigail! You have a great eye for photography. Thank you for giving us a peak into your interesting homeschool activities!
Lovely photos Abigail! Thanks for sharing a glimpse of your homeschool life!
Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!
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