by Joyce Herzog
Want a tool to help your little one learn numbers? How about a 123 Learning Box?
This box is just the thing to pull off the shelf for some one-on-one time that has great learning potential. If you have several children, there is lots of potential to engage each of them with something right for their level.
by Vicki Bentley
A young mom writes:
“I’m new at homeschooling--I have two-year-old twins. I want to teach them and get them ready for preschool. Please send me info to help me start off on the right foot. “
Another mom writes:
“I have a three- year-old boy, a two- year-old girl, and a seven-month old baby boy. I've read thepreschool article on the website, listened to the sessions on beginning homeschooling from the convention, read a few books and magazines, talked to homeschooling moms. But now that I'm really looking at schooling my children, I just get overwhelmed and don't know where to start. I can see the goal or vision that my children will love to learn, to learn about God, to learn reading, math, problem solving history, art, music, and everything in between, but how do you start? They don't seem to even want to sit still and read a book. They just want to play with toys and pretend.”
por Susan K. Stewart
traducido por Mike Richardson
En la decada de los noventas, se les decia a los padres que sus hijos debian estar "listos para aprender" a los cinco aftos de edad.La manera de asegurar que estuvieran adecuadamente preparados era enviar a los pequefios la educacion preescolar . Durante este ultimo ano, los spots de radio y television han estado advirtiendo a los padres que si sus hijos no asisten al jardin de ninos, aumentan las probabilidades de que sean arrestados cuando lleguen a la adolescencia.
La campafia para imponer una educacion preescolar universal ha dejado a los padres a quienes Dios ha ordenado que instruyan a sus propios hijos, preguntandose si seran capaces siquiera de educar a sus infantes. La pregunta que ahora se impone es: "<[,Que programa educative puedo usar en casa para mis ninos para asegurar que esten listos para aprender y evitar que vayan a la carcel?"
by Susan K. Stewart
In the ‘90s, parents were told their child needed to be “ready to learn” by the age of five. Sending little ones to preschool was the way to assure this readiness. During the past year, radio and television ads have been telling parents that unless their child goes to preschool criminal activity is likely as a teen.
The push for universal preschool has left parents who have been instructed by God to teach their own children questioning their abilities even with their toddlers. The question now has become “What curriculum can I use for my preschooler at home to insure my child is ready to learn and won’t go to jail?”