Wednesday, 7 September 2016

September Inspiration

September is a working month! We are back to home education as usual although with one less now that Middle Son has gone to the sixth form. It always takes a while to settle back and fine tune. We are in the fine tuning process now: trying to fit in time for daily exercise, working out the best way of learning vocabulary and so on. It is also the time of year when it is most possible to loose the wood for the trees: to forget our reasons for following this less trodden path and get too involved in the nitty gritty of teaching maths and English.

Se7en has some words of wisdom to home educating mothers. Who hasn't tried to squeeze in more?

I have a child who loves to build so thought that this post with 100 invitations to build had his name on it.

Marianne Sunderland has produced another useful post, this time about teaching children with dysgraphia.

Who hasn't had a distracted child? Ben and Me has a post about just this topic.

Lisa, at an Ordinary Life, has a post about a Lego model of soil. The link to an older post about investigating soil is also worth following.

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