Far too many parents focus on academics as the most critical part of their homeschool, when what may be the more important activity, especially for children, is the concept of play. Play is defined as a range of intrinsically motivated activities done for pleasure and enjoyment, positively impacting development and growth and important for all ages, including adults!
In today's episode, Erin and Amanda discuss the benefits of play, the role play has held in their families and some ideas on how to incorporate it in a way that will help you and your children thrive in homeschooling.
Resources and Links
Skeletons: Museum of Osteology, Oklahoma City, OK, www.skeletonmuseum.com
Skeleton model, amzn.to/3crCsTX (affil. link)
USAOPOLY Super Mario Chess Set, amzn.to/3Q4z3sc (affil. link)
Stratego - Original, Strategy Board Game, amzn.to/3AvBmhT (affil. link)
Charlotte Mason homeschooling, www.simplycharlottemason.com
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