I love how educational opportunities can so naturally be woven into our day-to-day life, and I’m excited to give you a glimpse into what that looks like in our house during the
I’m going to share my favorite resources, teaching strategies, and planning tips – things that have worked well in our learning environment – let’s get started!
When my boys were younger, we used resources like The Jesus Storybook Bible for our Bible time.
Language Arts –
Abeka’s phonics program was used to teach me to read, and as a classroom teacher, this was hands-down my favorite phonics/reading program to use with students.
In fourth-grade year, we focus on neatness in our form as well as exploring practical opportunities for using cursive writing in everyday life.
Creative Writing –
Building Writers is another fantastic option we have used to provide additional opportunities to write creatively.
Usborne Activity Books have been great for extra reinforcement – with Abeka’s math curriculum being our go-to throughout the year. Abeka’s program makes it easy for me to teach concepts for my kids.
When my oldest started kindergarten, we kicked things off with piano lessons at a local studio where he worked along in the “Teaching Little Fingers to Play” book.
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