The Homeschool Link-up – Week 75


Welcome to the Homeschool Link-up (#homeschoollinkup on social media)


Homeschool Link-Up


Good evening homeschoolers, educators, teachers, friends, and family.

Welcome to the 75th week of the #homeschoollinkup hosted by The Squishable Baby. It was such a pleasure to read your posts last week.

The purpose of this educational hop is to provide fellow homeschoolers, past homeschoolers, education buffs, want to be homeschoolers, parents who want to supplement, teachers, etc – with a variety of fantastic educational resources. Feel free to link up to 3 education posts. We would love to hear about educational projects, crafts, schedules, curriculum, alternative learning ideas – whatever you like that has to do with the education of our children. Feel free to be creative!

If you have an education related giveaway or education related deals and freebies, please link them up.

I am really pleased with the blogs that link-up each and every week. I do enjoy the diversity of thought, curriculum, and philosophy.



Enter to win board books and DVD’s as part of the Early Childhood Collection from Rock-N-Learn

Learn counting, alphabet, shapes and colors with this great book and DVD collection from @Rockandlearn

Help your toddler/preschool learn their numbers, colors, shapes and letters in this fun and interactive program from Rock-N-Learn. Enter below for your chance to win!





Here are a few homeschool hop guidelines…


  • Link up any education related post or resources or homeschool project or post – old or new. We will pin our favorites to our homeschool Pinterest board.
  • Let your imagination soar. If you are not a homeschooler and have a craft or project that you might think homeschoolers would benefit from – link up.
  • If you link-up an old “deals” please make sure they are still valid at the time of linking.
  • When linking up, please tweet about the link-up to help us grow.



  • When you tweet, please use #homeschoollinkup
  • Grab a button and place it in your sidebar and help us grow!
  • Enjoy the posts of your fellow homeschoolers and education experts!




Homeschool Blog Weekly Feature


It was a great week with a lot of fantastic posts!

How to use the comma via @pragmaticmom homeschool link-up featured blogger

Middle School: How to Use a Comma via Pragmatic Mom

What can Write At Home do for you?  Middle and High School Writing Course via Literate for Life

What can Write At Home do for you? Middle and High School Writing Course via Literate for Life

PE fun for homeschool

PE fun Outside via Gypsy Road School




The #homeschoollinkup Affiliate ID Program Downloadable Book


Download the Homeschoollinkup Affiliate ID ebook. When purchasing an item, please make sure to check this book first – to support your fellow homeschoolers. I have also included shop and blog lists so that you can support the other members with a lot of comment, follow and buying love. If you have any problems with an ID, let me know. If you would like to sign up for the program, it’s not too late. Email me at lisa {at} squishablebaby {dot} com.




Hosting the #homeschoollinkup


If you are interested in hosting the #homeschoollinkup for 1 week, please email Lisa – lisa {at} squishablebaby {dot} com.



About Lisa

Hey! Thank you so much for stopping by. I'm Lisa - a homeschool mom of 3 (2 boys and 1 girl). I care about the strength of the family in America, and often blog about babies/kids, natural parenting, homeschool, and marriage. Before you leave, please sign up for my monthly newsletter (on the top right). If you do, you will be well rewarded with notification of all giveaways and sales - which will not be announced on the blog. Google+ Profile


  1. Thanks for the party 🙂 I love coming here to gather tips and ideas for my classroom.
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  2. Thanks so much for including my link on commas!
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  3. Lisa,
    Thank you so much for featuring the WriteAtHome post. I hope all is well for you, the new baby, and family. I’m in awe that you still continue to post and promote with a new born. Awesome job. 🙂
    Have a wonderful day!
    Pamela – Literate For Life
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