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First Day of Homeschool (Free Printable)

This year our crew will begin our homeschooling journey.

It's kind of hard to explain how I decided to homeschool my three young children of different ages. Either I'm completely cookoo bonkers, or I'm definitely inspired by the holy ghost.

I'd like to think the latter, and since my husband and I decided to go full steam ahead with homeschooling, I've already seen blessings in our lives. Blessings of family togetherness, less stress, love of learning and life and we really haven't begun school yet.

I decided to share with you some free "First day of Homeschool" Printables because I wasn't able to find any on pinterest.

Homeschool kids need first day of school pictures too!

Click the pictures below for the pdf version on google drive.

Have a wonderful school year!



Enjoy and thanks for popping by!

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