Some Home Educators I have conversed with live in countries where it's difficult to buy curriculum or connect to the internet. Their children are still young so I always encourage them to look around and see what's available. There are so many great ideas that could be thought of from simple, everyday things. Pegging out clothes for fine motor skills, matching socks for early Maths, melting chocolate for early Science.
Then there's all the packaging that is thrown away and could easily be used for Montessori play, model making, etc. as well as borrowing books from the library for free!
Here are some of this week's ideas!! ;) Would love to hear what everyone else uses as Educational Resources so please leave a comment or get in touch and don't forget SAVE THOSE LOO ROLLS!!!! ;)
Jazakillah Khairan to those who have commented or messaged me. Just wanted to add that you don't have to buy expensive sets such as wooden fruit etc. Home ed children can use real fruit, real money, real customers etc. Just talking today about this with a friend. ;)
Nature trays are a lovely idea for little ones to explore
Ice decorations! you can & apple slice bird feeders. You can freeze
anything to hang up in your garden!