Homeschooling Tips That Start With V. Volunteering

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Welcome back to our Homeschooling Tips From A to Z series! This week we are on the letter V.

Homeschooling Tip #1: Volunteering

Volunteering your time, energy and talents is such a rewarding feeling. There’s plenty of places that would love for you and your kids to volunteer and help out.

My family stays pretty busy at our church. Here are a few ideas that may interest your family.

  • Nursery worker
  • Children’s teacher
  • Activity set-up
  • Activity clean-up
  • Puppet team
  • Drama team
  • Special music
  • Missionary conference
  • Church cleaning
  • Secretarial duties
  • Landscaping
  • Community outreach
  • Virtual assistant
  • Social Media
  • Audio/Video
  • Greeter
  • Parking attendant 
  • Church sign
  • Instrumentalist
Volunteering at church
Making a long braid for a puppet stage decoration.
Volunteering at church
Puppet team practice. Working with our two-man camel puppet
Volunteering at church
Having some fun with the camel puppet
Volunteering at church
Decorating the puppet stage
Volunteering for church activity
Practicing balloon animals for Good News Club
Volunteering at church
Being part of the missionary conference for an aviator missionary
Volunteering at church
Volunteering for Memorial Day program.
Volunteering for church parade
Organizing candy for Memorial Day parade
Volunteering at church in the Christmas program
Christmas program
Volunteering for church parade
Packing the float with bags to hand out
Volunteering for church activity
Filling bags for the Memorial Day parade
Memorial Day parade bags all full
Volunteers filled 5,000 bags for the Memorial Day parade
Homeschooler tips that start with the letter V

There’s plenty of other places that you could volunteer for too.

  • Small local business
  • Library
  • Tutoring at a school
  • Visit with the elderly at a nursing home or assisted living facility

Do you and your family volunteer anywhere? Let me know in the comment section below!

If you missed any of last week’s Letter U posts, just click on the article title that you missed.

U is for Unicorn: Lego ABC’s from Desiree at Our Homeschool Notebook
Ubiquitous Homeschooler from Chareen at Every Bed of Roses
Unit Study Round-Up from Chareen at Every Bed of Roses
Ustvolskaya: Composer ABC’s from Lori at At Home: Where Life Happens

If you would like to read more Homeschooling Tips from A to Z, just click on the alphabet letter below.

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4 Comments

  1. Desiree Winz says:

    We have volunteered at our local food bank with homeschool groups. Those were such great experiences. I’ve also volunteered at the library to earn our pay for a library card that’s out of our boundaries. Such rewarding experiences!

  2. Volunteering teaches so much, no matter where you do it. And there are tons of opportunities. They don’t have to be formal or put together by someone else. What a great way to include this letter in homeschooling. It is important.

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