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Making Learning Fun
Story Threading – Growing Book By Book
If you have a bucket of beads sitting around with a child who has trouble focusing, try this story bead threading activity.
Ultimate List of Things That Pop, Fizz, Erupt and Explode – Preschool Powol Packets
What better way to have fun with science than experimenting with things that explode? Here is a printable list of things that pop, fizz, erupt, or explode!
Making Reading Fun with Books and Movies – Year Round Homeschooling
We have found picking high-quality books that have movies make the book more enjoyable, as they give a visual.
5 Reasons You Should Join A Homeschool Co-Op – This Sweet Life Of Mine
Joining a homeschool co-op can be a fun outside-of-the-house activity and the opportunity to meet other homeschoolers. Here are five reasons why you should join one.
Design Your Own Unit Study – Stuffed Veggies
Probably the best way to keep learning interesting is to design a unit study to fit your needs and interests. It truly isn’t as hard as it may sound. Here are the steps to creating one!
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Hey Samantha thanks for sharing such a wonderful article.. My kids are in 1st standard and i always try to make them learn with fun.
Its very important for every mom to make learning activities a fun activity, to build interest in kids.
Great ideas to keep their hands busy during story time. That’s a good way to keep the focused and not to get distracted by the things around them. Thanks for the advice!
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