Who says homeschoolers miss out on party days?
We have THREE valentine parties this week - count them one...two...three! Can you believe we could have actually attended FOUR - but I had to draw the line somewhere, ya know?
Well, actually we now only have two remaining as Miss A celebrated one today with her ballet class.
For said special occasion, I created these for her to hand out to her fellow ballerinas.
Pssst. You want to know a little secret? The tutus on the card are....SCRUNCHIES!
How perfect is that? A little ballet bun bling, anyone (with alliteration on the side. Can you tell I homeschool...)?
I picked these ones up at the Dollar Tree (3 for $1). Miss A colored the leotards on each card to match.
Don't we make a great team? :)
I plan to make another card in the same format that could be used for ballerina party favors as well. I'm hoping to get that out next week sometime, so pin this link now if you are interested!
For those new to homeschooling who are worried their children might be missing out when it comes to school parties, here are some valentine party suggestions:
1. Have a party with your family! Plan to exchange homemade valentine cards and let kids decorate a mailbox or paper sack for each person in the family.
2. If you are part of a homeschooling group, check within the group to see if others might be interested in having a valentine event. There's a good chance other moms would love to meet up for coffee while their kids enjoy an afternoon together passing out cards and sharing a fun snack.
3. Have a small party with just a few of your children's friends.
4. Do you live in a remote area? Do you have internet access (you probably do if you are reading this)? Try scheduling a time when family or friends can hop online and chat, skype, etc. Let your kids make a valentine card or valentine story to read or show them.
5. Minister to someone this Valentine's Day! Hand out carnations or roses or cookies to elderly residents at a nursing home. Surprise a widow with a love package - flowers or cookies or a gift card to order out that night, or an invitation to your home for the evening! :)
And most importantly, have a happy, grace-filled homeschooling week! :)
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