If you’re looking for winter homeschool resources, you’re in the right place! This quick list includes recommended reading, simple self-care suggestions, fun activities, and easy ways to celebrate the winter season!
Note: I have several holiday related recommendations too, for those of us in the northern hemisphere. If you’re in the southern hemisphere, and currently in need of summer inspiration, be sure to head over to Summer Homeschool Resources.
Here we go!
FANTASTIC winter HOMESCHOOL RESOURCES!
The following recommendations include the title, picture of the book’s cover, brief summary, and links where you can easily purchase the book. And don’t forget to use your public library! Even when you’re unable to visit the library in person, (holiday busyness, difficult weather conditions, etc.) you can still check out e-books and there are lots of other awesome resources available online too.
These are simple, budget-friendly, realistic self-care suggestions for the winter season. Because taking care of ourselves is essential but we can’t spend a ton of money or lots of time – that’s just not realistic AT ALL for busy homeschoolers, right!? I’ve also included self-care tips for the holidays because during the busy holiday season, self-care is often the first thing to go!
Holiday Help & Inspiration
While the holidays offer lots of joy and celebration, they often bring stress, overwhelm, and exhaustion too. And the holidays can be downright HARD for many people. Below, are a couple of posts to help when life gets tough.
The following gift guides offer gift suggestions for a wide range of ages and interests. They include pictures of each item and links to make purchasing a breeze.
- Ultimate Gift Guide for the Homeschooling Mom
- Ultimate Gift Guide for Tween Girls
- Ultimate Gift Guide for Tween Boys
- Ultimate Gift Guide for the Book Lover
- Ultimate Gift Guide for Budget Travelers
specific iDEAS FOR EACH MONTH:
Each of these posts include five specific suggestions to incorporate each month. Realistic, low-pressure, and easy to implement. YES!
Be sure to check out resources for the other three seasons too:
Do any of these winter suggestions resonate with you? If so, I’d love to know which ones you’re able to take advantage of!