If you save and pin things over on Pinterest, you can help me out!!
I have been on a mission to try add lots of new images over on Pinterest. And, I’ve been updating various blog posts to include Pinterest-sized images. I have added more than 50 pins in the last month. Yee-haw!!
Pinterest is such a wonderful visual platform, I wanted to start going back to older posts and share many of those fun hands-on ideas and various resources I’ve made a long the way. This will be a very long-term project, but my goal is to try to make a new pin or two most days and add them into my Pinterest account: Pinterest.com/homeschoolden.
You can search for our materials over on Pinterest with the hashtag #homeschoolden.
It has been something at the back of my mind for a long time now, but to be honest it wasn’t a priority the past few years. It was all I could do to find time to make our packets and materials and get them shared on the blog! But, the time has come for me to make some pins, so people can more easily save our materials for later.
Here are a half-dozen pins or so you could save right now!
The links below will take you right to the pin on Pinterest where you can save it for later (click either the green link or the picture):
Remember you can find me at Pinterest.com/homeschoolden or search #homeschoolden.
You can help me out a lot if you share and repin any images that appeal to you! My biggest board right now (from my own website) is the Homeschool Den Science board.
I’ll be trying to create pins from all different areas… geography & history to spelling and math… and hope to get a board going with our various freebies… especially since we have so many math, grammar, writing and history resources that are free tucked away here on the board! Stay tuned!
You will find me at pinterest.com/homeschoolden.
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