An overview of the projects and resources I've used to teach my kindergartener about seeds, plants and gardening.
A review of the book Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons. How it worked for my 4~5-year-old son. Though we had success with it, we did not finish the whole book.
Photos from our recent trip to Edisto Island, South Carolina.
Well, we were at the beach and for only one day, but the short trip has kept me away from the Internet for a while. I'll be posting again soon, and I'll tell you more about this adventure to the sea too. I hope ya'll are having a fabulous week.
It's not a fence that blocks anything out unless we stop adding links to it.
An Example of Child Led Learning or Unschooling: Since he was so interested in this music, I asked my son if he’d like to do a project on Beethoven, and he was enthusiastic about the idea. He wanted to make a book, so we printed out a photo of Beethoven, wrote a few facts about this life, included a map of Germany with an arrow pointing to Bonn (where Beethoven was born), and then we added the sheet music for “Ode to Joy.” We punched holes in the side of the paper, tied the pages to together and voila – a little book to showcase his obsession.
I found a great article in the Fall 2011 issue of “Healthy Pet,” which we receive through our vet’s office. The name of the article is “Kids and Pets: Growing Together” by Lynette A. Hart, Ph.D. The article begins by stating that many parents think giving a child a pet is a great way to teach them responsibility, but unfortunately, most children are not mature enough to care for a pet’s daily needs.