Homeschooling Necessities to Learn, Play, Organize
Making sure you have ways to stay organized and teach your child in a way that is exciting for both you and your child can be a challenge! There are some homeschooling necessities that will help your schooling go smoother and keep you and your child organized, ALL WHILE HAVING FUN!
The Classroom Centers Pocket Chart is made for students in a classroom setting to easily see which center they belong in. So, if you are a school teacher needing a little more organization in your class room, this pocket chart is a great addition.
As far as for homeschooling, using the pocket chart would allow your children to work independently. Before their school time starts, place the student name cards in each pocket of the subjects your child needs to complete that particular day. Get creative with the blank reverse side of the center cards and you can use this pocket chart for a customized chart pertaining to your children!
The durable ZIPIT Monster Pencil Cases are super cute. Whether you use the case for schooling or even just as a case for pencils in your child’s activity bag, these pencil cases get kids excited about writing! The monster themed pencil cases have a zipper mouth. Look how cute and colorful they are!
Although these may look like just toys, they are really learning pieces! When a child can use multiple senses, they will retain more information. These blocks are not the traditional square blocks with the letter written that offer the visual aspect only. These blocks are in the SHAPE of the letters which adds the sense of touch to the learning experience. While your children play, they are also learning! I wish I had learned my letter by PLAYING instead of just having to write my letters over and over!
Teaching fractions can be difficult. I have never taught my children fractions by just “talking about it”. Fractions are definitely one of the parts of math that is learned better with manipulatives! The magnetic double-sided math fraction squares give children a hands on, visual experience to comprehend how fractions work.
Set Includes 51 pieces showing children a whole, halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths. I love how the fraction number is on one side and the percentage is on the reverse side.
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