Unstructured learning is more than just play. It is removing the typical confinements of a classroom, allowing children to learn in an organic, natural method that feels right to them. Parents and educators must remember that play and unstructured learning is crucial for a child's well-rounded education.
Geography is an important subject for children to learn, but geography curriculums tend to be boring and dry. Kids don't want to memorize countries and capitals without some sort of fun! It's all about keeping your child's attention and having fun while learning.
Preschoolers love craft time, but crafts can become extremely expensive. Toilet paper rolls are free - you toss them out each week! Instead of throwing them away, save them for future crafts. There are so many cool ways to use them up; your preschooler will love these fun crafts!
The curriculum is ready and prepared. You wrote out a plan. Activities are booked - the first week of homeschool us upon us. Just because your children don't go to public school doesn't mean the transition from summer to a new school year is easy. It's not always a seamless, smooth transition, but these tips will help ensure you have a successful first homeschool week!