Let’s have some fun today. I put up my annual readers survey and so many of you took the time to answer it. Thank you!
Just so you know, I use my homeschool blog readers survey to plan my blog activities and projects for the upcoming school year.Too, I use it for inspiration for you and me both. My blog has grown as fast as it has only because of you. You’re important to me and I want you to know that.
I love doing this survey because not only do I get to peek at your day through the results, but it lets me target homeschool areas to help you in.
HOMESCHOOL BLOG READERS SURVEY
So, I wanted to let you see where everybody is from and what they had to say.Using my readership for the past year, most of you are living in the U.S., then Canada – eh, (couldn’t resist), and a few from the United Kingdom.
One of the parts that always interested me besides the topics you want me to blog about are the kid’s ages you’re homeschooling right now.Between 6 to 10 years of age is about 63% and another huge range is 11 to 14 years of age, which is 55%.
HOMESCHOOL BLOG READERS SPEAK – I LISTEN
I did like seeing that almost 40% have kids 15 years and up which is high school level. I especially love this age because so many blogs can focus only on the younger years.
Basically you have kids in every age range so I need to be sure my content is well-rounded for each family.
My next very favorite and exciting part is seeing what you want to read about. The largest section, but not by much is my homeschooling tips.
This means you equally want to know about unit studies, want more hands-on ideas, more organization ideas, language art ideas, geography and history and that you love curriculum and product reviews as much as I do.
Then, I have to share a few things you said because we all need encouragement, including me, and you rocked my world with some of your comments.
►I enjoy EVERYTHING you do! I really admire and appreciate the time you put in to publish the things you do, and your generosity is wonderful. You’ve taught me a lot about reaping and sowing. I started out my homeschooling journey with my kids, so gung-ho, but sickness has waned my abilities,and sadly, enthusiasm, for finding new and exciting things for my girls to learn. You and your blog etc, are a great joy to me. Thank you.
►I’m past needing newbie tips, but now I’m facing the transition from elementary to middle grades, and it’s intimidating!
►I would like to know more about what grades you use unit studies and lap books.
►Specifically looking for hands-on history for High School. We can do the reading (love all the books!), but want something hands-on other than a timeline.
►I love everything on your sight.
►Because I love your encouragement and the helps you share. We love you!!!!
►All the above, I’m in our second year and I read all I can get my hands in and yours is one of them.
►and I love your sense of humor!
You gave me a lot more feedback on exact things you need for your homeschool and I have ALL of your notes about each topic and idea you want to read more about.
Thank you so much for the GREAT feedback. I always value your candor and more than anything, I value your loyalty in following my blog.
Want to read more about what goes on here at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus?
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Hugs and love ya,