Home Education Curation Collection. 23rd October 2022

There were so many great posts this week! There were also a few that didn't really fit our community, so for the newcomers I want to give a quick overview of the community's focus and a few tips. This is a niche community within the field of education, in that we focus our support on those teaching their children at home. We have nothing against school learning, however, we do ask that if you share school and class based posts that they are something that can be replicated in the home. Try to bear in mind that homeschooling is very much a family environment rather than a big class environment and usually works very differently to the class schedules you get in school. For posts on education that don't fit this particular niche, the Education community will most likely be a good fit and it is an active community.

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:

@yessi08
@ramisey
@afterglow
@missdeli

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I recall making colour wheels at school and while it was fun, we had a set task to do and it didn't allow for much creativity or discovery. So I really liked @yessi08's approach to learning about primary and secondary colours. The materials were provided, just a small amount of guidance given and there was a journey of discovery.
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I always liked doing educational projects with my girls which had multiple options for activities. We know that repetition is the best way to retain knowledge and understand it better, but it can get pretty boring doing the same thing over and over. So what better way to repeat than do it in different ways? A good example of that came from @virgilio07 this week as they studied the origin of food.
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I'm starting to realise that I'm a sucker for puzzles! Once again my attention has been caught by a puzzle style learning game. This time it's a counting game from @emmaris where you have to find the correct path through the jungle of numbers.
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Something else I'm a sucker for is history. I guess that's why I enjoyed reading @apanamamama's account of a homeschool field trip to learn more about the history of the region they live in and see some of the local artefacts that have been found there.
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It was a real struggle to just pick one last post to highlight this week as we've have so many equally helpful posts. I ended up deciding to go with @taliakerch's one on 3d and spatial awareness, to try and keep the variety to the topics we seem to have going here. This one interested me in particular, because spatial awareness is something children naturally explore, but this activity also brings it into 2d depiction.
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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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Indeed there were many helpful posts this week for home learning education. I'm sure it was hard to choose from!

Great work everyone!

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Me alegra estar dentro del top de esta semana, le agradezco.
Felicidades a todos esos padres que se dedican día tras día a apoyar a sus hijos en casa.

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Greetings, congratulations to all those selected, excellent strategies and ideas that contribute greatly to reinforce education at home, providing several options for parents to make their children's learning a great experience full of knowledge and fun.

Happy and blessed day!

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Congratulations to those selected. A great job of healing.

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