Category Archives for "Homeschool"
Children learn through play. Isn’t it wonderful? As they have fun, they’re developing skills and learning about the world around them. Here are some of the reasons why play time matters for your kids. 1. Learning about the World Give a child a cardboard box, and you’ll see creative play at work! A cardboard box […]Continue reading
One of my friends wanted her child to learn to read when he was 3 years old. I didn’t think it was a good idea, but I can certainly understand why she would want her son to read early. I’d rather observe my children and watch out for signs that they’re ready to acquire the […]Continue reading
I rarely buy a product at first sight, but I did when I saw the Herb Fairies Book Club from LearningHerbs. We use herbs and other plant-based remedies in our home, and it’s important for me that my children continue to use them when they grow up. What better way to help them learn about […]Continue reading
The book “The Write Start” by Jennifer Hallissy is a good guide for parents to help their kids learning and loving to write. With the help of the many easy-to-implement and fun activities, children of all ages can learn writing skills, from scribblers (pre-writers), spellers (emerging writers), storytellers (beginner writers) and scholars (more experienced writers).Continue reading
Reading for children is an important part of their development. By developing their reading skills, your child will become better at spelling, understanding ideas and concepts and develop positive language skills early on. Reading is also a lot of fun and a great bonding activity for parents and children. But how do you raise a […]Continue reading