I know many of us got thrown into teaching our kids with the pandemic. Some saw skills they did not know they had. Some felt so unprepared that they knew homeschooling was not for them.
I have been told, “You have a teaching degree, so teaching your kids come naturally for you.” I understand that there are little details I learned in college that make that true, but, I want to help moms who feel they do not know how to teach their children.
I created a simple guide to help parents teach their children a learning activity. You simply follow the list of steps. The learning activity does the teaching.
You just guide the flow. It really is that easy.
In a few simple steps you can prep and teach a preschool activity. (For moms with younger kids, I have versions for infants and toddlers too!)
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Guide for Teaching Preschool Activities
The teaching guide can be easily printed and laminated or slip it into a page protector sleeve. Then each time you prepare an activity for your preschooler, you can see clearly the steps to take. This will help you feel focused as a mom. It will guide you through the essential steps to helping child learn according to their abilities.
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Those are great tips! for me, I use food as a positive reinforcement to get the drive of my toddlers.
Jaimi Erickson says
Thanks, Janine. Food rewards can be tricky long term. I am glad this article gave you some additional ideas.