This week we welcome a new Hiver! We also have some great ideas for both creativity and capturing your student's attention with curriculum learning. Hopefully you can pick up some great ideas.
First our usual thank you everyone who makes this community what it is. This week 5% beneficiaries for interaction and contribution to the HomeEdders community go to:
This week we had homeschooling student, @keeperseeker, join us and give us a lovely introduction to herself. I hope we can give this member of @sumatranate's family a warm, Hive welcome.
@queenart had been getting creative and upcycling some old items with acrylic paints. This is a beautifully presented post with a written presentation, photos and even a video to take us through the process.
It's not always easy to capture the attention of young children to teach them new things. So here we have a simple to make game from @mildredwg which can make learning vowels, and perhaps other things, more fun.
With extra kiddos in the house, @romeskie has been getting creative with a home made board game which even incorporates some curriculum practice to keep their minds and bodies fresh through the break. It's got a Monopoly vibe, but with a young audience in mind.
@taliakerch has been trying out some different approaches to teaching early maths with her son. She goes through which methods worked for him and how they've particularly made progress with a number line for addition and subtraction.
Thank you for joining us. This curation was brought to you by @minismallholding and this week I have added @justinparke as 10% beneficiary for the ongoing delegation support. Thank you!
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