Are you excited for warmer weather? Looking forward to more daylight for extended outdoor learning fun? Do you find yourself during cold months looking ahead dreaming of all the fun activities that you want to do with your kids?
Yes, yes, and yes!
BUT if you are honest with yourself, how often have you actually followed through with all those awesome learning fun plans?
If you are like me, not often enough.
I am one of those types of people that come up with about 153 ideas all at once. Friends say that I “squirrel”. Also, I have a tendency to have a lot of energy. Makes for an interesting combination of flitting from one activity to another.
Some of my friends struggle with lack of motivation. They just can’t get it together enough to actually complete the learning fun activities that they would like to do with their kids.
Other friends are disorganized, struggling to plan out activities or coordinate the proper materials.
One friend has several kids and has a hard time finding an activity to do with all. Another friend has a busy schedule and doesn’t feel like she can add more thing to her plate
Perhaps you are like one of my friends or me?
No matter what your reason for popping by and checking out this free 3-day challenge to plan your Spring learning fun, I am super happy that you are here:)
Why Have a 3-Day Spring Learning Fun Planning Challenge?
Wondering why someone would even bother to plan for learning fun? It sounds simple enough, right?
Or maybe your thoughts are more along the lines of “I have absolutely no time to do what we need to do! Why would I even consider adding learning fun to our Spring schedule?”
Does the thought, “Well, I am not a fun mom. There’s no way that I will be planning any learning fun!” enter your brain?
Let’s pretend it is Backwards day. I shall address those ideas backwards.
You ARE a fun mom. In your very own way.
In your very own way.
“Fun” is a descriptive word, a relative concept. I believe that glitter and playdough are fun. I do not believe that horseback riding and skiing are fun. You may believe the exact opposite. And that’s totally cool! Variety is the spice of life and all that jazz.
You DO have time for learning fun.
Learning fun activities do not have to be complicated. They do not have to take a lot of time. With a bit of planning, you can have a stupendous Spring learning fun experience with your kids in five minutes. For real!
Learning fun can be simple-with organization and planning.
Spontaneous learning fun is the absolute best! But, what about when you have a special project, holiday, or season to celebrate? How do you break from your typical schedule to allow time for extra?
What do you do when you go to make a craft or play a game with your kids and don’t have all the necessary materials? Or the end of your homeschool day comes and you realize it is time for dinner and chores and no learning fun plans have been completed?
I’m here to tell you that I have struggled with all of the above! I love having fun with my boys. I also tend to overschedule and think that everything will only take ten minutes.
In an attempt to overcome these tendencies, I am taking actionable steps to do something different this year. I am going to get organized and have a plan for learning fun for each season!
Join Our Free 3-Day Plan Your Spring Learning Fun Challenge!
WooHoo! This challenge is going to be super cool, easy, and fun! Music to any busy mom’s ears:)
This 3 Day Challenge will go like this:
- You will receive an email every other day with a link to a password protected page on Rock Your Homeschool.
- Read that day’s challenge and think about what YOU want for learning fun with your kids this Spring.
- Complete the challenge.
- A gap day is provided to give you time to process the information and prepare.
- Take as much time as you need! This challenge is about helping YOU plan for learning fun.
- A private Facebook Group will serve as a place of community, encouragement, and sharing. This group will be a wonderful place to connect and share ideas that you find or create!
In each challenge, you will find links to helpful posts and resources. Check them out and use them for inspiration.
Did I mention that this challenge is customizable? I explain why in the challenge. Short answer: my family life is different than yours. I am in no place to tell you what to do and when. BUT I can provide you with the tools and resources you need to successfully plan Spring learning fun.
Find out how to plan for learning fun. Get tips on connecting with your kids through learning fun. See what I recommend for Spring learning fun games, activities, crafts, STEM, and outdoor time. Share your plans and wins!
Spring officially starts March 20. Our 3-Day Plan Your Spring Learning Fun Challenge opens March 10. You are welcome to join at any time. (A Summer Learning Fun Challenge is in the works right now!)
Please let me know in the comment section below or via email to Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
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