100 Homeschool Memes

100 Homeschool Memes

Memes. They can cram an entire argument into one witty frame. Homeschoolers can hold their own when it comes to great memes. Here is a list of 100 great homeschool memes from some great bloggers and artists including yours truly. Plus, get to the end and find out how to enter to win $100!

Oh Ya, We All Know “That” Homeschool Family

Oh Ya, We All Know “That” Homeschool Family

Legend has it that the 12 or some odd children, though illiterate and poorly spoken, were nonetheless able to quote the Bible by book, chapter and verse and without dropping the piece of straw they gritted between their maligned teeth…they shield their faces from strangers who might try and engage them. Socially. Their story has become infamous and an albatross around many of our necks.

The Ten Commandments of a Homeschool Mom

The Ten Commandments of a Homeschool Mom

“…choosing to ignore or break any of the following commandments could result in a 15lb weight gain, wrinkles, torn cuticles, a twitching eye, split ends, a missing husband, hemorrhoids, chin hairs, or worse…all loss of confidence and a return to the carpool line from whence you fled.”

I want to Homeschool, But I Don’t Want to Teach

I want to Homeschool, But I Don’t Want to Teach

I want to be the kind of homeschool mom who can wedge herself in between Webster’s Dictionary and a selection of Usborne Encyclopedia’s …and I’d just hop down from my shelf to run out and buy pre-sharpened Ticonderogas, arrange field trips, keep the WiFi running, and set out tea for the college recruiters. Anything’s possible….

The First Day of School is a Phantom Holiday

The First Day of School is a Phantom Holiday

Do homeschooled kids feel the same spirit of the season? This time of year….the $1 bins are brimming with glue sticks and useless shaped erasers, I can’t help but feel the excitement in the air. Like Christmas. Seriously. It’s nostalgic and filled with possibilities! Or a phantom holiday…. like we had busted open a piñata and all that came out were pencil shavings and spelling words.

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