Here at our house, I’ve been putting a lot of focus on the alphabet and letter recognition lately with my preschooler. While he still loves doing his Interactive Notebook that I shared in this post, I’ve been trying to change things up a bit so things stay fresh and fun for him. I’ve come up with a bunch of different alphabet activities that we pull out a few times a week, which he’s been really enjoying.
I have a confession to make.
My family and I were in a major dinner rut for awhile. Week after week, we would go through the same rotation of basic, boring meals and we were getting really sick of it. We needed a change, and we needed it fast.
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It’s that time of year again! While some of us homeschoolers have already started our school year, many kids don’t start school until after labour day.
After I published my post Interactive Notebooks for Preschoolers, I’ve had a few people message me to ask if I do any notebooking with my daughter, who is 5 years old and in Kindergarten. Well, it just so happens that I do!
So you’ve finally decided to start homeschooling your child. Yay!
You are about to embark on one of the toughest yet most rewarding journeys you will ever have. You’ve made the decision, but now what? How do you get started homeschooling? What do you need? What do you do? I’ve come up with a few things that you need to think about in order to get started.