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We’ve been utilizing the morning basket for over a year. It’s an extremely helpful tool for incorporating all of those “missing” subjects from regular school. We incorporate art, music, foreign language, and so many rich, wonderful read-alouds through morning time. Here’s a peek into our homeschool morning basket.
What’s in Our Homeschool Morning Basket?
Here are all of the items I keep in our morning basket. We do morning time each day to start off our school day, and like I said, it’s our favorite thing!
If you’re interested in seeing me do morning time (in real life!) join my membership for new homeschool families, Thriving at Home! I added more info about it below!
HOMESCHOOL MORNING BASKET:
Morning Time Folders (for kids)
Morning Time Mom Binder
Clipboards (1 per child)
Nature Journal (1 per child, plus mom’s)
Crayons (we love these)
Read-Aloud (right now it’s the Beatrix Potter series)
Picture Study Portfolio by Emily Kizer (for art/composer study)
That’s everything we keep in our morning basket! I may add or omit certain items once we start our new school year in the fall. But this has been our consistent routine for over a year!
Are you new to homeschool? I run a membership for new homeschool families! It’s called Thriving at Home. I share weekly activity ideas to complete with your kids and monthly videos for parental support as you navigate life at home this year. You can learn more here.
I hope this post about our homeschool morning basket was helpful to you!
Thank you so much for reading!