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Learning on the Go with the Ocean Life Theme from A Child’s World – GUEST POST

Learning on the Go with the Ocean Life Theme from A Child’s World – GUEST POST

Learning happens anywhere and everywhere, even on family trips. One of my favorite benefits of homeschooling is the ability to take his learning with us and travel, without having to wait for summer. Reading about different places, climates, and habitats is a wonderful way to learn, but we love to bring our physical learner to different places where he can see, touch, and experience these worlds in person.

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How a Morning Routine Can Change Your Day

How a Morning Routine Can Change Your Day

Do You Have A Morning Routine? Oh, you mean stumbling out of bed when you hear the kids rummaging through the fridge and praying your husband already started coffee doesn’t count? No, no it does not. 😉 One of the most proven ways to have a positive outlook for your day is to start off your day with a good and consistent routine.

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But How Will My Child Learn to Read If I Don’t TEACH Them?

But How Will My Child Learn to Read If I Don’t TEACH Them?

I want to answer another of the questions I hear over and over again (because I bet this is one that you’ve had streaming through your head a time or two)​​. And that is “But what about the ABCs?” Or, in other words, if I don’t TEACH them, how will my child ever learn to read or write?! ​​This is something that starts to freak parents out BIG TIME the second they get excited about child-led learning. That fear kicks in and a lot of times, they run away from the unstructured, free and flexible learning experiences for the rigid, “sit at a desk and learn stuff on paper” way of learning that they’re used to. ​​But you don’t have to do that.

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