Home Education Curation Collection. 13th June 2021
I hope you enjoy the highlights we've got for you this week. Perhaps you can join in the conversation with Emimoron and let us know a bit about homeschooling in your country.
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Knowing how to put things into alphabetical order is a hugely helpful in organising, but teaching your child how to do this can get boring if they don't enjoy the approach. @arrliinn has been using a variety of approaches to alphabetising with her daughter, altering as she went in order to keep things within her skill level.
Children truly are little sponges and languages come so much easier at a younger age. @kobold-djawa's little one already has three spoken languages under her belt and now she is learning to read in German too.
Many of us already know how much faster children learn when they are interested, so it's often helpful to build their learning around a topic they are already keen on. @iriadegoes' son has a love of dinosaurs and she shares how they work this into his learning.
Across the world countries have different regulations regarding homeschooling, as @emimoron mentions while she delves into what homeschooling is and why it should be an option. What is the stance on homeschooling where you live? Is it legal and of so, how is it regulated?
Sometimes having too much to choose from with regards toys can lead to them not being used much at all and everyone in the household feeling overwhelmed. So Mrs @canadianrenegade has purged and transformed the toy room leading to better use of the what's there.
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