Home Education Curation Collection. 13th November 2022

Once again we had a lot of posts to choose from this week and it was hard to decide which ones to include here. Our apologies if we don't manage to keep up with everything, the outernet has been throwing a lot at myself and now @missdeli too. We'll continue to do our best, though.

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:

@belkyscabrera
@apanamamama
@ramisey
@missdeli

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This is a short but interesting post from @anli on the concept of an invite to play. I've come across this concept before and indeed Kindergarten or nursery school will often set up activities in this way. However, this example shows that this approach needn't stop with young learners.
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I have to admit I was a little confused by how @yessi08's division strategy would work when I saw the pictures, but after reading it through I can see how useful it can become to help give a foundation and understanding of all the basic mathematical concepts and how they fit together.
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With Christmas on the way, I couldn't go past @leomarylm's Christmas activities to help develop fine motor skills.
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From @emmaris we got some more maths practice ideas in the form of a game or puzzle. I like how this can be made as simple or hard as you wish and tailored towards the student.
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I'll wrap up with another short contribution, this time from @taliakerch. While we don't seem to use analogue clocks as much as we used to, I do believe that it's important to be able to tell the time on them still. After all, these types of clocks are still used all around us and you may not always have a phone to tell you the time in digital, especially as a child. A comment from my daughter some years ago on the amount of children in her gymnastics class who couldn't tell the time made me realise what an important skill it still is to arm your children with.
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Thank you for joining us. This curation was brought to you by @minismallholding and this week I have added @qwerrie as 10% beneficiary for the ongoing delegation support. Thank you!
HomeEdders image created by @minismallholding, logo created by @ryivhnn's sister.

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Hey! Thanks for the mention! I really love this community! Have a great week!

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Greetings, thank you very much for the mention, congratulations to the selected colleagues, beautiful works with important contributions to homeschooling.

Blessings!

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Thanks for the support beautiful community.

Congratulations to all those who make life in this community for day by day showing quality work.

Cheers

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