Blog Roundup: December 2018

December 2018 Brave Writer Blog Roundup

Welcome to the latest Brave Writer blog roundup! See how other homeschooling families use Brave Writer products and practice the Brave Writer Lifestyle.

Becoming A Family Of Brave Writers  – Erin (Nourishing My Scholar)

“What do you do when your child hates writing? How do you instill a love of writing when it is something that brings nothing but tears and heartache to your child? I must admit I was at a loss when it came to writing in our homeschool. Writing had become an almost painful requirement for both myself and our son. Basic writing prompts only prompted one or two-word responses! That is, until the year I discovered Julie Bogart and Brave Writer!” Read more

How to Host a Winter Poetry Teatime – Dachelle (Hide the Chocolate)

“Snowflake cookies, hot cocoa, and winter concrete poems were some of the fun we had at our Winter Poetry Teatime.” Read more

Joyful and Easy Holiday Activities With Brave Writer  – Shawna (Not the Former Things)

“We only do the things that bring true joy to at least a majority of us, or we don’t do it.” Read more

Homeschool Language Arts: A Quiver of Arrows  – Ashley (Heart and Hand)

“When we finished reading Mr. Popper’s Penguins, we went to our friends’ house for a Penguin Party. We ate goldfish, made little penguins out of construction paper, did a science experiment about blubber, and then watched the movie together. It was such a fun way to finish our book and create a memorable experience of it.” Read more

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