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What’s In The Box Wednesday

This is my first ever post like this, and in fact my first post here in over a year!

I am in charge of homeschooling three little girls, ages 4, 5 and 5. They are all in Kindergarten this year and all learning the same things together. We have one set of workboxes that we work on together for school time. I work with them through every box, rather than looking for independent work right now. I’m sure that as they get a bit older and are fluent readers, we’ll be able to work on having more individual boxes, but right now, this system works really well for us.

Box 1: Pledge of Allegiance and Calendar Time
Box 2: First Language Lessons of the Well Trained Mind (Next lesson)
Box 3: Ordinary Parents Guide To Teaching Reading (Next Lesson)
Box 4: All About Spelling (Next Lesson)
Box 5: A Phonics Reader (each child reads a page in the story)
Box 6: Learning about Birds (Observing the feeder outside and reading about flight)
Box 7: History: Making bread like ancient Egyptians
Box 8: Draw. Write. Now.
Box 9: Read Aloud – Mary Poppins
Box 10: File Folder Game: Vowel Sounds

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Sandra Modersohn is a devoted wife, mother, and homeschooler. She loves great graphic design and has a passion for creating beautiful and useful printable materials for children. Little Learning Lovies where she shares her creations with the world. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest and, of course, at the Little Learning Lovies Blog and Store.

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4 comments
Work Box Team says 8 years ago

Nice work boxes. It does make it easier to do when all the children are sort of on the same levels.

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Mari says 8 years ago

good to have you posting again. if you want to join a blog challenge, its to remind you of your blog and get posts onto it. here is the link: http://www.ultimateblogchallenge.com they have great ideas for each day.

as for the worlboxes great post. we have individual ones and community ones too.

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Theresa says 8 years ago

I love the idea of one set of boxes. I have wished I could merge my 3year old and 5 year old many times but the 5yo needs to be challenged just a lttle bit more than that: We do have several boxes that I switch tho after lunch. Thanks for the post:)

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    treblesand says 8 years ago

    I am in the fortunate position that my twins are only 11 months older than my 4 year old. It’s pretty easy to just give the 4 year old a little extra attention to keep her up with her sisters. We did just have another little girl, so when she starts, we’ll have to rearrange things, but that’s a few years away! 🙂

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