Wishing you had homeschool fun and eager learners?
It’s Monday morning. Another homeschool week lies ahead. How can you make this week a little more exciting and fun when it feels boring and the same thing each day?
Is it possible to keep your children eager to learn and to explore instead of just nagging them to get their schoolwork done?
How many times have you said, “I could be doing a whole lot of other things right now instead of sitting here making sure that they do their workbook pages?”
Is it possible to keep your children on task and focused so that it doesn’t take them half an hour to do five math problems?
They’ll be asking you to do school, I promise!
If your children don’t want to do workbooks, or it takes a long time for them to do one page, or they have no desire to read or to write stories, help is here, Mama! In this video I’ll share 25 activity and game ideas that will have them asking you to do school. I promise! No longer will you hear, “Can we do something fun now?”
You’ll have FUN, too, Mom and Dad. While math and reading are necessary life skills, the best gift you can give your children is RELATIONSHIP.
So instead of thinking of all of the things you could be doing instead, you’ll be right in there playing the games and doing the activities, laughing, looking your children in the eyes, and enjoying the moments, because they really do grow up way too fast.
You’ll get more schoolwork done in less time so that you can do all the other things on your to-do list. Doesn’t that sound like a win?
Goodbye, Boring. Hello, Homeschool Fun and Eager Learners!
Push play on the video below to learn how you can make your homeschool fun each day for all ages.
Sunday Homeschool Prep Time
It’s Sunday afternoon. When you sit down to prepare for another week of homeschool, print off this free guide that includes all 25 activity and game ideas – one idea per day for a whole month. These activity and game ideas are great for all ages even grade six, seven, and eight and all learning styles. They require very little prep time for you and you’ll use what is already in your house.
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Turn Workbook Pages into Fun!
You will need your child’s workbooks. Cut out the math, grammar, history or science review questions, spelling words, or foreign language vocabulary words they will practice or complete in the week to come. If you don’t like to cut up their workbook pages, then photocopy them and cut them up instead. For some of the activity ideas, you’ll just take a marker and write point values beside their practice problems.
For all of the other activity ideas I share, you won’t use workbook pages at all.
Homeschool Fun and Eager Learners
There’s nothing fancy about these 25 activity and game ideas. Just a whole lot of movement, laughter, and learning to keep your homeschool time fun for everyone. It’s true, Mama. You can have homeschool fun and eager learners!
Share in the comments below which activities you and your children enjoy adding most to your homeschool time. I want to hear from you!
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