How We Have Fun in Our Homeschool

When homeschooling, it can get challenging to get past the “to-do” lesson plan and find a way to have fun in our days. This month, the blogging team is excited to share how they incorporate fun into their homeschooling adventures.

How We Have Fun in Our Homeschool

Alison – A FUNdamental Education!

Our relaxed, year round schedule of home education lends itself well to ensuring that there is much fun being had at our house! We love to be able to “drop everything” whenever there is something interesting or fun going on, but there is also much enjoyment in our relaxed days while we are at home following our regular studies. Come and see how we make learning fun!

Rebecca – How to Have Fun Homeschooling

I feel like twirling around the room singing “let it go, let it go!” (can you tell I have little girls in the house?!?!?). Come find out how we have implemented fun homeschooling in our home.

Debbie – How We Have Fun in Our Homeschool

Homeschooling can be such great fun once you find the courage to just release your fears. You are enough. You can do this. They will learn and they will thrive. You got this.

Joelle – Adding Fun in Homeschooling

Homeschooling does not need to be all bookwork. It’s about learning and learning can take many forms.

Lisa – Fun

How we have fun in our homeschool ?
I figured the best way for me to answer this; is to make a random list of “fun” things we do.

Bonnie – How We Have Fun in Our Homeschool

All school and no play makes Sunshine a dull girl, right? Well, one of reasons that I like homeschooling is that we spend much less time on school and have more time to pursue other things that are a lot more fun. Here’s a short list of some of the ways we have fun in our homeschool.

Andrea – …And Most of All…Don’t Forget to Have FUN!!!

School for us isn’t always just about the three “R’s” ( Reading, ‘Riting, ‘Rithmatic)….I’m talking about real fun and just having the flexibility to do what you want on your own time as a family; and not be married to the schedule of the school bell.

Kimberly – Having FUN in our Homeschool

Yes, homeschooling CAN be fun! Our homeschool often resembles a musical – at any time one or more of us will burst into song! Here’s a roundup of ways my son, my daughter, and I have fun during our homeschool days.

Annette – Enjoyment in the Journey

We do family as we homeschool, taking in museums and other field trips.

Katie – How we have fun homeschooling

It has taken a few years to find a system of guiding them in a way that they both are learning independently, are allowed long periods of uninterrupted play/learning, enjoy what they are working on, have lots of hands on learning opportunities and allow them the time needed to fully comprehend what they are working on.


Picaboo Yearbooks



Want to save your fun homeschooling memories? Preserving memories of your homeschooling days and adventures is important. One way to do that is by creating a yearbook that you can look at over and over – like the ones from Picaboo Yearbooks.


10 thoughts on “How We Have Fun in Our Homeschool”

  1. Our yearbook would be all about our awesome 2014-15 school year. We have been talking about making a yearbook and this would allow us to get started!

  2. I’d make a book showing our favourite activities from each season and include photos from our favourite field trips too!

  3. My phonebook would be about our first year homeschooling! We have had some good pictures from field trips that would go in there and some pictures from everyday book work and homemaking.

  4. It would be about our year in review. Four months in Mexico, two months in Summer, Events, Attractions, Animals, Family, Birthdays. I get a big print done each year and hang it on our wall. It would be nice to be able to carry something along with us to share with our friends and family along the way.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  5. Our yearbook would be a compilation of our activities, excursions and overall learning and fun from the school year. Hope I win!!!

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