Make room for creativity in your homeschooling curriculum
At the end of each academic year, I would always ask my students, “What were your favorite assignments and projects this year?” In all my years of teaching, I never heard a student respond that his or her favorite assignment was a textbook assignment or worksheet. Rather, students always selected memorable projects like: Read more
Fourth of July Fun and Learning: Even if your curricular studies are on pause for the summer, the Fourth of July still offers a wonderful opportunity to engage the minds of your little learners with fun, hands-on activities. Give your kids the freedom to discover with one (or all!) of these interactive projects. While it may be Independence Day, some adult supervision will be required. 🙂
Fourth of July Bracelets
Need something to wear to the red-white-and-blue themed block party? Sarah at Stay at Home Educator suggests these stylish Fourth of July Bracelets for honing in on fine motor skills. This makes for fashionable Fourth of July fun.