I’m giving y’all TWO blog posts in one night sense I have not blogged in such a long time and apparently still awake 🤷🏾♀️. I also uploaded an updated vlog of what my home school space looks like right now. In that vlog (link at the end of this blog post), I also share with y’all my future plans for Tripp’s play corner.
I absolutely love our little homeschool learning space. It works perfectly for us and there is enough space for another friend to join too. I wanted to share our happy corner to show other parents that you don’t need a “homeschool room” to do homeschool. My little corner can be turned into a kindergarten or a high school learning space. If you stick with the basics and don’t get overwhelm with what others have you will be successful. I hope this inspires you to look at your home differently and incorporate a learning space for your child(ren).
I decided to write a quick blog post, to share with y’all some of the links to the items that were mentioned in that vlog. You know I always LOVE to share pictures of my little guy 🥰. So if you are interested in any of my homeschool or play space must have items check out the list below.
Before I share the list a lot of the items were purchased at the Target bullseye aera and the Dollar store at the beginning of the school year. Those items I will not be able to link. Its so important to shop early and think ahead when it comes to school supplies.
Okay so those are the items that I can remember that have links for. Let me know in the comments if I missed any in the comments below and I’ll do my best to add them.
What did you think of my updated learning space? Let me know in the comments below.
Good evening friends! How have you been? Yes it’s been awhile sense I wrote a blog post, but it’s been busy and sick over here in Marionland.
Today I want to discuss my toddler homeschool routine that has been working well for my family. If you are new to the my blog, WELCOME my name is Marion and I have a two year old son who I stay home with part time. I’ve done a bunch of homeschool related blog posts already here on this blog and would LOVE for y’all to check those out.
I like to keep things simple for my son and encourage a lot of play through learning versus having him do a bunch of sit down work. I have our monthly goals and daily activities written on a white board but we don’t follow them to a “T”. I rather use it as a guide to help us stay focus, and remind me of the various activities that Tripp and I can do.
The main things that we do almost everyday is;
- Morning message
- Learning basket
- Songs (months of the year, days of the week, ABC’S, and colors)
- Bible story & prayer
- Educational activities (math, literacy, and hand writing)
Outings/ Field trips:
- Trampoline park
- Park & nature walk
- Children’s museum
- Music class
- Indoor playgrounds
I’ve talked about what exactly Tripp and I do for most of these activities listed above in pervious blog posts, however I’m more then willing to do an updated blog post if y’all are interested. I could go over everything in one post, versus doing several little posts.
Unless we are sick or the weather is really gross I make it a point to go outside at least once a day. I found local mom groups on Facebook that I try to meet up with at least once at week. Above 👆🏾 shared our favorite places that we like to go have fun at during the week. On Thursdays we try to meet up with a close friend at their house, or they will come over to our house to play. I think its good for Tripp to learn how to share his own toys, and how to share other toys when he goes to his friend house.
That’s pretty much it! That’s our toddler homeschool| routine. Nothing fancy or over the top. Line I mentioned early in this blog post, I like to keep things simple. I hope you enjoyed this blog post. Please consider subscribing to my blog so you can be notified via email when I upload another blog post. I promise I won’t brother you too much. LOL What’s your homeschool routine? Let’s share ideas in the comments section below.