Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Day


Plenty of insight, ideas, tips from other moms who use Circle Time in their homes, printable planning pages… are you excited, too? If you’ve been wondering how exactly you can fit Circle Time into your day, then you’ll love having Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Day to guide you. It’s like having seasoned homeschooling moms walking right alongside of you. Pretty great!

  • Planning a Circle Time That Works for You
  • Strategies for a Peaceful Time Together
  • How to Get Your Kids on Board
  • Questions From Moms Like You
  • Words of Wisdom From Other Moms Who Do Circle Time
  • Resources, Activities, and Ideas
  • Printable Planner Sheets
I have already finished reading the book and formulated some changes to our circle time that I think will excite the children. We have been doing a very small circle time but I now see the potential to turn into something better. Our children are 19, 17, 11, 5, 2, and 10 months. The oldest one is away at college and the 17 year old does her work on her own but drops into the room to help and spend time when needed.
— -Kristi
I finished reading it last night and my brain has been busy ever since! Our circle time is pretty short right now (I have four little ones under but we’ll be finishing up the bulk of our school work within 8 weeks (just in time for the new baby) and I’m excited to use the summer to develop our circle time a little more. Your ebook is full of good advice and resource suggestions. I’m so glad you’ve put it all together in one place. Thank you!!
— Judy
The book is fabulous. I just got mine and started skimming – it’s just what I need! I can’t wait to really get into it.
— Shannon

Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Day is available on Amazon as an instant download. Need more Circle Time resources and ideas? Check out the Circle Time Resources page.

You can read The Old Schoolhouse Magazine’s review of Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Day! here.