Educating your children can be a challenging experience, but so rewarding as well. We have a few posts this week that highlight how parents have been overcoming learning challenges they are facing or have faced.
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:
• 10 Hive - @afterglow
• 6 Hive - @majo77
• 5 Hive - @emimoron
• 4 Hive - @drawmeaship
• 3 Hive - @ryivhnn
• 3 Hive - @melbourneswest
• 1 Hive - @cmplxty
• 1 Hive - @cherryblossom20
• 1 Hive - @arrliinn
@thisismylife has been looking at the importance of nutrition with her daughter. I really like the ideas and the balance in this article, because healthy eating often needs to be tailored to your personal needs.
Sometimes a simple experiment can explain more than words. When @taliakerch's son asked about picking the flowers she decided to do an experiment with him so he could visually see how they drink water to survive.
While Tagalog is the mother tongue of @arrliinn and her husband, the children have been surrounded by English even more, so they face some challenges with teaching them Tagalog It isn't an easy language to learn, but persistence seems to be paying off.
It seems @fmbs25 has a bit of a rebel on her hands when it comes to her son and numbers. So she decided to create a book of numbers with him, to help demonstrate his abilities.
Some lessons can't be taught so much as learnt through trial and error. @melbourneswest relates a little anecdote about stepping back and letting his daughter develop her critical thinking by not intervening, despite the urge to do so.
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