Young children thrive with lots of unstructured play and exploration because it’s how nature intended them to learn! When allowed to discover and think without adult-sponsored lessons, their capacity to learn new things is amazing.
Our homeschooling pioneers didn’t school their preschoolers. While I don’t think babies and toddlers need to be homeschooled, […]
We live in an electronic world, and parents of young children have decisions to make about that.
Do we jump in when they are babies and provide the newest electronic toys for our children? The toy manufacturers say we should, all in the name of education. What about computer programs and TV designed for the very […]
Here is an simple activity that your child can do with a straw, tempera (or other non-toxic acrylic paint), and construction paper.
Put a few drops of paint on a piece of construction paper, then ask your child to blow the paint around on the paper to make interesting designs. Add different colored paint to create […]