"The warm, cozy hibernation moments you create during the winter months could become the best moments of your homeschooling year." - Jeanine Byers. in Success is Yours: 70+ Stories of Success in Life, Relationships & Money
Snuggling under a blanket while sipping hot chocolate after a nature walk or nature observation from your spot on the balcony, while you're all wrapped up in comfort & taking pictures of what's going on outside.
Beginning the day by lighting a candle & letting your child or children blow it out when the day ends.
Playing a game, in front of the fireplace, that helps your child learn a topic you've been studying.
"Homeschool hibernation means creating a slower homeschooling pace, with no rush or push to learn, and less teaching planned during the winter months. Move slowly through each winter day & create cozy moments for yourself and your children." - Jeanine Byers, same source as above
If you'd like to know more about how to give your kids hygge experiences this winter, check out my book, Hygge Homeschooling & take my 30-day hygge challenge.
You may find ideas you'll want to try even if you don't homeschool your children. Though it wasn't what inspired the book, I can see all of these hygge techniques being useful for creating peaceful days, & and helping with your anxious child.
Whether you homeschool or not.
See you next time!
I'm an author, child meditation facilitator, spiritual director, healer & homeschooling mom.
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