Thursday, June 7, 2012

Outside Learning

The weather is perfect for learning outside in June. There is so much to explore all around our home. Children are natural scientists and are eager to explore and discover how things work. Use this natural curiosity in children to broaden your homeschool curriculum.

Indoor and outdoor learning and playing are vital academics. Kids need to be able to test theories, ask questions, apply their skills and so forth. When the weather is good, we need to head out the door and hit the hiking trails, the park, go geocaching, catch tad poles, fly kites, visit the zoo or farm and encourage our children to learn something new. Just don’t forget the sunscreen!

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