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Ever since we decided to get a balance scale, my boys have been obsessed with using it…as a catapult. While I encourage their exploration and creativity, I figured it was time to teach them how to really use the balance
My boys both have an incredible interest in STEM topics, but especially E. Since he is starting school this year, we really want to find ways to encourage him to keep pursuing his passion for STEM education, both at home
Since E is a kinesthetic learner (meaning he learns by doing rather than by hearing or seeing), it was important to me to find him some great hands-on tools for our homeschool this year. He loves STEM concepts, especially math
My son is a hands-on and very visual learner, so I try to incorporate tangible learning activities wherever I can, including in the playroom. One of his favorite hands-on activities is the Playroom Learning Tree where he is able to
Finding fun ways to teach can make such a difference in a child’s interest to learn. We found these adorable mailboxes (available at Target stores usually around Valentine’s Day or order on Amazon.com—affiliate link) and my son had a blast