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Shop the Blog: Morning Basket Ideas

Shop the blog! Morning Basket Ideas for your homeschool. Click through to learn about morning baskets + grab a few things to get started!

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If you’re looking for morning basket ideas… Well, there’s only a million 🙂 But having a morning basket or morning time in your homeschool is so beneficial for everyone, especially you!

What is a morning basket?

A morning basket is basically everything you can do together, as a homeschooling family, in one space. Many mamas choose to put their morning time items in a basket in the living room or their homeschool area, which is where the term “morning basket” came from!

What do you put in a morning basket?

There are so many things you can put in a morning basket! I’m sharing a few morning basket ideas with you here on the blog, but the possibilities are endless! However, there are specific categories or subjects that work really well in morning baskets for your homeschool, so consider these ideas when you’re looking for things to put in yours!

  • Art
  • Music
  • Poetry
  • Read-Alouds
  • Unit Studies
  • Bible / Devotionals
  • Morning Menus
  • Journaling

| Related: Grab the printable weather chart for your morning menu here + the traceable calendar set for 2021 here.

How do you use a morning basket?

There’s no right or wrong way to use a morning basket! It’s YOUR homeschool, after all 🙂 You don’t even have to use it in the morning! It’s just a really neat way to bring all ages together to learn something new, hear a story, or create something fun.

Depending on how many things you have in your morning basket, you could divide the subjects up by day – or “loop” them. For example, on Monday you could do the essentials (read-aloud, devotional, journaling, whatever is important for your kids to do daily…) and then only do art related things in your basket! Tuesday, the essentials and music. Wednesday, the essentials and math or geography. You get the idea!

There are so many great resources and ideas for morning baskets in your homeschool! My friend, Pam, is well-known for her morning time ideas and goodies. Check out her website here and grab her book here.

To get you started with some great ideas to fill your basket (or shelf), here’s a list of morning basket ideas for your homeschool!

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Shop the blog! Morning Basket Ideas for your homeschool. Click through to learn about morning baskets + grab a few things to get started!

The Action Bible | The Random House Book of Poetry | Where the Sidewalk Ends |One Question A Day for Kids | Poetry for Kids by Emily Dickinson | The Adventure Bible | Dry Erase Markers | Dry Erase Pockets | The Chronicles of Narnia Set | 65 Short Mysteries You Solve With Science | My Kid’s Prayer Journal | Our Read-Aloud Family Journal | The Beginner’s Bible | The Art Book | The Classical Music Book | The Drawing Book | Maestro Classics CD Collection | Morning Menu Covers | Laminated World Map | Introduction to the Orchestra | BrainBox Nature Edition | BrainBox World History Edition | World Country Flag Flash Cards | 34 Mini Mysteries to Untangle | Indescribable Devotional

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