- Write letters to pen pals, homeschooling groups, folks in service, elderly in nursing homes, and family members.
- Do Mad Libs for learning parts of speech.
- Play games like go fish, old maid, matching, and others with high frequency words.
- Meet authors at libraries or book stores.
- Do puzzle books with word searches, acrostics, cryptograms, and crosswords.
- Learn morse code and send messages to each other.
- Learn a word of the week together.
- Keep an experiment notebook recording our experiments and results.
- Keep a commonplace notebook for accumulating a collection of quotes.
- Keep a devotional book for Bible readings.
- Keep a nature notebook for recording interesting facts about things we are learning about.
- Tell stories about family times, the day, or fairy tales.
- Write thank you's to folks that have helped us with learning.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Free and Low Cost “Whole”istic Learning Opportunities: Writing
We believe in a “whole”istic approach to learning (which is generally free and low cost). So what does that mean to us for writing? Well...it is like this...
What kind of "whole"istic learning have you enjoyed? Check out the rest of our Whole"-istic Learning Series!
Wishing you homeschool blessings,