Keeping Summer Fun With Jumping Words

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As many parents know, there is often learning loss that happens over the summer months when kids are out of school. This can happen to homeschoolers like my own or any student. One of the ways we can help prevent the loss is by practicing skills your children already have in fun and creative ways. […]

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October 11th — Importance of instruction

This picture is of my Kinder sons main lesson book work for the letter C, using Oak Meadow curriculum for Kindergarten. Simple enough, a curved cat representing the one in the story that we read. Waldorf inspired homeschooling has the parenting instructing the student with most things. The parent will draw their own image, showing […]

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Sept 5th — Felt Boards and Hedgehogs

A new school year brings new life into our black felt board. We have a very large felt board and it has not seen much action since we moved here last winter. Thanks to another brilliant mother (Crystal!) I was inspired to pull it out and get back to using it. Here are the first […]

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Day 174

Homeschooling can often be very practical, art and language arts (in longer letters!) all in one simple letter to a family member or friend. I also like the added bonus of it being a reminder of what is important, family and friends we care about and keeping close.

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