Are Your Homeschool Holidays Too Hectic?
Here’s a free e-book to help you reclaim those “silent nights.”
We all know Thanksgiving is about reflecting on God’s blessings to us, and Christmas is a time to celebrate Jesus. But veteran homeschooling mom, author, and speaker Marcia Washburn has estimated that the average mother adds about twenty hours of extra work per week during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season.
Is all that really necessary? Can you have a holiday season that’s joyful, filled with real meaning — and peaceful?
Yes, you can — and that’s what “A Happy Homeschool Holiday” is all about! This free e-book will show you how to de-stress and simplify your holiday season, all while getting real-life ideas to bring back the true meaning of these wonderful days!
This free downloadable e-book features ten short, easy-to-read chapters that are full of practical tips to reclaim the Thanksgiving and Christmas season for your family!
Already too busy to read all ten chapters? No problem — they all stand alone, so just read what looks most helpful to you! (We suggest starting with A Simply Wonderful Christmas — guaranteed to help you reclaim those “silent nights!”)
Here’s what you’ll get:
- A Simply Wonderful Christmas
- Tips for Holiday Homeschooling
- 12 Ideas to Bring Back the Meaning of the Holidays
- Enjoy a Perfect Holiday Season This Year
- 28 Tips to Boost Your Holiday Efficiency
- No Regrets, No Debts Holiday Seasons
- Teaching the Gift of Giving
- Spreading Homemade Holiday Cheer
- 29 Wonderful Books to Enjoy This Holiday Season
- Giving Your Child the Gift of Prayer
Even if your holidays are already peaceful and relaxed — or if you just like them hectic! — A Happy Homeschool Holiday will help your season take on new meaning. Every family who values the Thanksgiving and Christmas season will benefit from the ideas you’ll get in this free e-book!
Carrie Fernandez is the founder of Homeschool Giveaways and owner of Daily Skill Building. She has been homeschooling for over 18 years, has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.