Letter from the Editor: July 2020

July 2020

Dear Readers,

It’s no secret that 2020 has been a year unlike any other, and as we step into July and the heart of summer, I know how difficult it is to make plans during these crazy times. The coronavirus lockdown is giving a whole new meaning to the idea of a “staycation.” Who would have thought beaches, waterparks, and even zoos would be closed!

I hope you are doing well, and either taking it easy or keeping busy, in spite of the circumstances. If there’s anyone who can think outside the box and come up with alternative things to do, I know homeschoolers can!

Have you been spending more time with family, taking online classes, reading through a stack of books, remodeling your room, pursuing a new hobby, or mastering a craft? Maybe you’re sewing face masks and selling them. Perhaps you attended a rally or participated in a protest!

I would love to hear about what you’ve been doing. It would be great if we could put an article together about all the creative ways homeschoolers are getting through the coronavirus pandemic.*

Speaking of which, I don’t even personally know anyone who’s had COVID-19, do you? I sure hope it hasn’t adversely affected anyone close to you. Please know my prayers are with you if it has. Take care and keep safe…

Happy Homeschooling!

 

*Please send your stories about “what I did this summer” or “how I survived the pandemic” to mail@homeschoolingteen.com

Or just leave a comment below and tell us what you’ve been up to!

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