It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time for Finishing Strong, the link up that focuses on homeschooling teens.
A big thank you to all who shared posts with us last week. They were wonderful! We’re happy so many of you were here to help us start the New Year – even if we were a bit late!
We’re thrilled to back to our regular schedule, sharing some of the best tips for thriving during the middle & high school years. Make sure to keep reading to see what new ideas get linked up this week.
Did you get the chance to read these posts from last week? They were some of our reader’s favorites.
Tudors and Stuarts: Explorers – Making a Paper Mache Map of the World from Angelicscalliwags
Edgar Allen Poe Lesson Plans for High School Students from Layered Soul
Homeschool Planner for Teens from Royal Little Lambs
How to Edit and Grade Writing – Grading High School Papers from WriteShop
Do you have a great post of your own that highlights schooling older kids at home? Share it below!
Bloggers, by linking up, you may be featured on our co-hosts’ social media pages or our Pinterest board. We may even select you to be featured in a future post!
Guidelines for the hop:
- Link up to 3 posts from your blog. Make sure you use the exact URL to the post, not to your home page. You can add any post related to homeschooling middle and high school students. Posts unrelated to that will be removed.
- Please no advertising, individual Pinterest pins, Facebook, Twitter, or other link-up links!
- Grab our button to add to your post after you link it up. Each week we will be choosing our favorite posts to highlight on all 5 sites. If you were featured, make sure you add an “I was featured” button.
- The linky will go live on each co-host’s blog each Wednesday at 6am EST, and will be live until Tuesday at 11:55 pm.
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So tell us, what have you been up to?
We want to see your best posts that focus on homeschooling middle & high school students. Share your ideas, unique learning approaches, and encouragement.