Home Education Curation Collection. 17th October 2021

in Home Edders3 months ago

This week we've got an eclectic mix of features for you to enjoy. Hands up who takes an eclectic approach to homeschooling? I know I certainly did, because excitement and newness was what my eldest thrived on, while my youngest preferred a bit more familiarity.

First our usual thank you everyone who makes this community what it is. This week 5% beneficiaries for interaction and contribution to the HomeEdders community go to:

@afterglow
@jonalyn2020
@drawmeaship

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It's hard to escape screen time in the modern world and while we know it can be a bad thing to be in front of screens a lot, is it necessarily a good thing to completely ban them completely from our children's lives? @romeskie discusses the potential benefits of screen time in balance as part of their education. Has your stance on screen time changed over time?
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This week we got to meet @jonalyn2020, who shares her experiences homeschooling as a working mother in the Philippines with the ongoing lockdowns.
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I love this colour matching treasure hunt activity from @missdeli, made from scratch by her toddler son. A craft activity that can be used over and over for further learning activities.
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If you're looking for a science activity, @taliakerch brings us two chemical reactions science experiments. While one is an exciting, immediate reaction, the other is a great discovery activity.
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When you're the educator of your children, it isn't unusual to wonder if you're leaving gaps in their education. @arrliinn recently tried out MobyMax, an online US based education and assessment site, to help her assess if there were any gaps in her own children's education.
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Thank you for joining us. This curation was brought to you by @minismallholding and this week I have added @mattclarke as 10% beneficiary for the ongoing delegation support. Thank you!
HomeEdders image created by @minismallholding, logo created by @ryivhnn's sister.

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Since the last hardfork the curation projects have had to implement restrictions on voting after the first 24hrs. So I want to apologise if I miss getting any posts in for curation in these projects. I know I have, but thankfully the great content we get in the community is usually still will rewarded, because it's so good. 😊

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Thank you @homeedders and @minismallholding. 😊 More power to this community and have a blessed Sunday ahead to all members here.

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Thanks for the mention guys!! :x:X

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