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I recently stumbled across author Sarah Janisse Brown's Homeschool Journals and fell in love with her simple approach to "fun schooling" that allows room for kiddos of all ages to explore their creativity in ways that work for their particular learning styles.
She has a fantastic journal for 1st-3rd grade kiddos to get started on their fun-schooling journey:
Ages 6-9 Fun-Schooling Journal - Do-It-Yourself Homeschooling 1st - 3rd Grade: Learning Activities For New & Struggling Readers
This plan is perfect for beginner readers and struggling readers and even includes several pages of Art & Logic Games that help with dyslexia, reading confusion, and letter reversals.
This book is packed with activities that will help children to:
1. Focus on details
2. Think logically.
3. Be creative
4. Learn to draw
5. Explore and study nature
6. Pay attention
7. Have fun with early reading and writing skills
8. Play with numbers
9. Design things
10. Grow in a love for books
11. Learn from educational movies and tutorials.
Homeschooling should be fun!
These journals are designed to ignite a passion for books, creativity and delight directed learning. Homeschoolers thrive when the learning plan allows children freedom and flexibility to learn what they enjoy.
The goal of Fun-Schooling is to spark a love for learning, and then help your child to get organized and develop many important skills.
My kiddos think homeschooling with these journals is a lot of fun. If you want a lighter curriculum for the summer months, check out fun-schooling journals!
Click to Buy Fun-Schooling Journal - Do-It-Yourself Homeschooling 1st - 3rd Grade: Learning Activities For New & Struggling Readers
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