INK Museum's pretend grocery store Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to take my five-year-old to the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, or INK Museum, in Gainesville a few times. It was fun going there with him without his brother (who was attending a class next door). We also had the opportunity to meet a friend … Continue reading Project-based Homeschooling: My five-year-old’s Grocery Store
Our visit to the Kohl Children's Museum of Greater Chicago.
Our visit to the INK Museum in Gainesville, Georgia.
Playing make-believe is beneficial to children because it teaches them self-regulation, according to the "Tools of the Mind" website.