I thought it might be appropriate to start at the very beginning….That is, how I taught my son his ABCs and 123s. And there's a little bit of my philosophy thrown in too.
This is the first in my series about homeschooling a preschooler.
Having fun with preschoolers at home: playing with dried beans and pasta.
Homeschooling a preschooler: My son and I did our body tracings.
This is a column that I wrote for The Barrow Journal, and it's the second part of a two-part series on project-based learning. In it I describe the hammerhead shark project that I did with my 4-year-old son.
Here's a fun sight word game that I invented to help my preschooler learn some sight words.
Read about my first attempt to do project-based homeschooling with my 4-year-old. In this first part, I write about what project-based homeschooling is, and next week, I'll write about our project, which was on hammerhead sharks.
Playing make-believe is beneficial to children because it teaches them self-regulation, according to the "Tools of the Mind" website.