Blog Roundup: December 2017 Edition
Welcome to the latest blog roundup! See how other homeschooling families practice the Brave Writer Lifestyle!
“So many homeschoolers start down this alternate education path to break free from the traditional schooling mode, then find themselves recreating school-at-home and getting frustrated with themselves and their kids.
“Cait Curley has the answer for you, and she and Colleen talk all about gameschooling for fun AND learning this week. You don’t want to miss this episode!” Read more
Gifts Inspired by the Brave Writer Lifestyle by Mary of Not Before 7
“I want gifts that are fun and practical. It is a possible combination! I don’t want to find myself overwhelmed with stuff for the sake of stuff. This is where my creativity comes in. I need to find things that will be inspiring, useful, and a joy to give. So in the spirit of practical AND fun gifts, I present the following ideas inspired by our love for the Brave Writer lifestyle.” Read more
Week 16 by lil shoes
“One of the neatest parts of the day was when the boys both immediately sat down and continued to write additional letters to out-of-town friends and cousins to pop in the mail. I’d say we’re seeing Brave Writer success in our house!” Read more
25+ Free Brave Writer Resources by Lynna of Homeschooling Without Training Wheels
“We’ve been a Brave Writer family for several years now. Freewriting, narrations, poetry teatime, and the whole Brave Writer Lifestyle have had such an impact on our family. Of course, I highly recommend any of their products.
“However, if you want to give them a test drive first, they have some wonderful free samples available – the kind of free samples that really provide benefit on their own, not just a peek at the table of contents or a few paragraphs that are cut short before you get to the good stuff.” Read more
We hope to share more roundups in the future! If you write about an aspect of the Brave Writer Lifestyle, let us know! Email your post’s url to firstname.lastname@example.org