We're in the car a lot! I'm guessing you are too? Here's 10 ways we redeem car time and make it a valuable and important part of our homeschool day.

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  1. Hi Joanne! I totally agree! Last year, my oldest son and I had to go to health-related appointments three days a week that were more than an hour away from us. At first I totally resented the drive… but then realized it was an amazing opportunity to connect one-on-one with my precious son who is about to enter the teen years. What a privilege! It’s all our perspective, right? Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you again! 🙂

  2. I always LOVED car time. I have often said to others, you put a kid in a car & start a conversation & it is amazing the connection which is formed. I am so grateful that I now have the opportunity to pick up my 3YO granddaughter from pre-school 2 mornings a week. Amazing the conversations we are already having 🙂 Glad to have stopped here from Grace & Truth.

  3. Thank you, Alayna! No screens in the car on short trips is a great idea. That’s what we practice too. 🙂 Glad to share at Home Matters!

  4. Looks like a great round up of ideas. I’ve started banning any use of screens while in the car unless it’s on long trips in order to encourage the kids to look out the window and have actual conversations while we were are and about.
    Thanks for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty link party.

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