Free Educational Activities for Kids that will Make Homeschooling a Cinch
When I started to teach at home it was because I wanted to have a positive influence for my baby to enjoy exploring and learning. Plus I had absolutely no idea how fast babies move once they start walking.
So once Sophia started (at 10 months) I was both filled with pride and then completely stumped on how to keep her – well still, for lack of a better term.
I didn’t want to hold her back from experiencing her new found mobility but I did find myself out of both breath and sanity at the end of the day. I have stayed awake many nights wondering how I could make this work for both of us.
I did my research being the bookworm that I am and thus began our journey of homeschooling and setting up activities for my child to learn, explore, and play. Sometimes we do learning activities together and other times I can set up one for her to do independently.
I found out very fast that as a new parent if I wanted my child to learn, I would need to find ways to encourage learning and that I would be the one to do it.
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I hope you find this list useful! If you want to know where to find free learning activities for kids just save this list for later and share it with anyone you know might benefit from it. Happy reading….
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