A busy yet fun day. Lots of activities, from Maths, to Language, Posting fun and our first Halloween craft!
Puzzles and Lego provide a myriad of teaching and learning opportunities. The best part is that they are absolutely fun to play with, it keeps your child busy for a nice amount of time, and incidental learning takes place! When learning to read it is so important to have a solid foundation. Luckily there are so many activities you can do with your child to help them.
We are finally back in the swing of things! Today was filled with fun activities, and focused on number sense… One maths activity covered so many different learning areas!
Have you ever had a “Mommy” day? Where you list is endless and your days blur together… That’s what we just had. But despite this, Homeschooling happened in the most unexpected way…
Learning outdoors in spring is always great! Number Sense, Sorting and Data Handling combined into one fun activity… Reading while relaxing in the treehouse, and a fine motor painting activity to start it all off.
Today we looked at number recognition and value, as well as fine motor skills!
So I’ve decided to start sharing our daily homeschool activities. Phoenix’s activities consolidate his learning and also so that he can apply what he is learning through concrete activities. The idea is to help him build a solid learning foundation. Joshua’s activities help him reach his developmental milestones.
The thought of going stationery shopping excited me, but I soon felt overwhelmed trying to figure out exactly what we need versus what are things that I want. I thought about my own classroom, and the things I would use when I taught preschool. So I developed a list with everything you need when starting to homeschool your preschooler…
As a mom, you always want to give your child the best, no matter what. And that includes getting them the best kind of toys. When shopping for educational toys, have a look at what skills your child will be encouraged to use and develop when playing.
We have been under strict lockdown due to CoVid-19. Nonetheless, we needed to keep our kids busy and learning! Tases are some of the activities we’ve done that the boys have really enjoyed. The best part is that we made use of whatever we had in the house!