Well the dust has settled and I'm back into my routine. We've had a few newcomers since the @ocd collaboration, but also a couple who didn't seem to know what the community is about and I'd like to thank those community members who left lovely comments to help them in the right direction.
First our usual thank you everyone who makes this community what it is. This week Hive for interaction on posts in the HomeEdders community goes to:
Something that is often debated is how we all have different learning styles. As homeschooling parents this is something we can cater for much more easily than they can in big classrooms, but have you ever wondered what your child's strongest learning style is? @emimoron goes through the learning styles gives an idea of how you might be able to tell what your child's style is.
@taliakerch has found an alphabet yoga pack for kids which has gotten her boy excited to do yoga! I wonder if you can find or even make something for each language.
Mrs @canadianrenegade demonstrates the fun alphabet treasure hunt she devised for her 3 year olds. It incorporates sensory activities with visual learning and letter recognition.
It's often hard to pick just one of the activities @missdeli shares each week for toddlers, so I certainly recommend visiting her page to see them all. This week I'll highlight her animal rescue activity to help develop fine motor skills and an awareness of other living things around us.
Finally I'd like to include @jacobtothe’s question on whether homeschooling still has a stigma. It’s lovely to see some debate already happening there and I think the answers to the question will vary depending on what has been happening in your region over the last year or more.
Thank you for joining us. This curation was brought to you by @minismallholding and this week I have chosen @missdeli to be a 10% beneficiary of this post, and have added in another beneficiary for @justinparke for the ongoing delegation support. Thank you!
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