Home Education Curation Collection. 31th October 2022


We've got another lovely collection of posts this week, I hope you enjoy this small selection.

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:

@tomaspalomo
@belkyscabrera
@afterglow
@emimoron

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Teaching kids to write properly doesnt always comes easy. It depends on the kid, the parent, the method, the resources etc. And @romeskie has been sharing with us valuabe information on copywork and what methods did she use with her daughter to teach her how to write, starting in her early yers.


Sticking to writting lessons, here's another one coming from @melbourneswest. It's been lovely reading what were they doing lately and what's new in their homeschool journey. Little Miss is practicing writting and sentences these days, maybe you can use their method and give it a try in case Vocabulary and Writting Lessons are also of interest to you.



Do you sometimes feel like quitting? Homeschooling isn't always easy. Sometimes we're just there, on the edge, exhausted and with no motivation to continue on this path. Things can get harder and sometimes we need help, inspiration or some changes in our homeschool environment. @ingridontheroad wrote some thoughts on this and I feel these can help us when we need a word from someone who's been there too. You'll find very good advices and ideas to try make it work when you feel it doesn't.



What a beautiful lesson we got to read and learn this week, coming from @sumatranate. Together with his wife, they're homeschooling all their six kids and I think this is admirable because, as we can tell, there are both ups and downs along the way. In this ocassion, he shares with us some thoughts that sound like this: Teaching My Child to Take the Wheel (Literally). His post is a mix of feelings, thoughts, facts, all related to their homeschool journey.



And last, but not least, here's a cute DIY Math Domino coming from @nubra11. She did at home a fun mathematical game to use with her daughter, practicing addition and subtraction all together. I think it's very easy to do a copycat of it, so why not giving a try? Surely my son would love it, because he's on love both with Math and Domino games.




Thank you for joining us. This curation was brought to you by @missdeli and this week I have added @minismallholding as 10% beneficiary for the ongoing delegation support. Thank you!
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Greetings, thank you very much for the mention, beautiful posts that bring incredible ideas and enrich homeschooling.

Blessings!

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Thank you very much for your support. This community motivates us through the interaction of members and administrators.

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Thank you very much for your support. This is a beautiful community and the work of the curators and administrators as well as all its members make it a very dynamic one. Thank you

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