A Better Way to Homeschool
What if we focus on character
Ready?!? Mother’s Day is a special day dedicated to honoring and celebrating the love, care, and hard work of mothers all around the world, and it’s time to help our kids make our special cards and gifts!!
Because we’re moms! Making a Mother’s Day craft is not only a fun and creative activity for kids, but it also teaches them important lessons about gratitude, empathy, and love.
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Learning the parts of speech is an important aspect of language development for kids. Here are some reasons why:
Homeschooling is the process of educating children at home rather than sending them to a public or private school. It is a growing trend in the United States and around the world, with more and more parents choosing to homeschool their children for a variety of reasons. If you are a beginner looking to start homeschooling your children, this guide will provide you with some helpful tips and advice to get started.
Making a homeschool schedule can seem overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are some steps to help you create a homeschool schedule:
Homeschooling while working full-time can be challenging, but with careful planning and organization, it is definitely possible.
Here are some tips that might help you:
Kids shows often celebrate Earth Day to educate children about the importance of environmental protection and conservation. Earth Day is an annual event held on April 22nd to raise awareness and support for environmental protection around the world.
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Multiplication and division are two fundamental mathematical concepts that are essential for everyday life. These operations are used in numerous aspects of life, from calculating the number of items needed for a recipe to determining the cost of items in a store. For this reason, it is critical that kids learn multiplication and division facts from an early age.
Earth Day was established to help moms like me not implode when the clean laundry turns into a sand box.
One of the perks of being both a homeschool mom AND a mom is going over board for things like Pi Day.
March 14 is when all the crazy, fun and quirky math lovers around the planet have a blast celebrating this amazing number.
Yes, there’s even a PiDay Organization to fill your imagination with amazing ideas!
We are Teachers has 31 Amazing Fun Pi Activities for you!
Pi is the sixteen letter of the Greek alphabet, and it’s also a symbol used to describe the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, meaning that pi equals the circumference divided by the diameter (π = c/d). The interesting this about pi is that mathematicians who have been working on this number believe that it is infinite, meaning that it’s not the quotient of two integers. In other words, the number pi goes on and on and on, and we don’t know where it ends!
So, the number “pi” begins with the numbers 3.14159265, and goes on and on infinitely (so we think). Computers have been cranking away at the number for a while now, trying to figure out just how big it is (and if it will ever stop), and according to Number World, the number has been computed up to 10 trillion digits. Wow!
How do you get in the spirit of fun days like Pi Day?
But pi’s ubiquity goes beyond math.
What if by the time you finish teaching your kids…
Related: Download your free “WHAT IF” printable
Your son is using all of his fingers to rake small items into his palm rather than pinching them together with his thumb and index finger.
Your daughter is choking her crayons rather than carefully holding them between her fingers.
Maybe your kids need some help strengthening their pincher grasp
The development of this fined tuned grasp is influenced by a child’s growing interest in objects and desire to hold them. Kind of curiosity’s way of helping our kids.