Welcome back to another collection of the favourite picks for the week. I'm really enjoying being able to make this curation regular and watching the community grow!
Different countries, even different states within countries, have varying regulations when it comes to home educating. Most of them require some form of proof as to what the children have been learning and accomplishing. @arrliinn is currently creating a portfolio for her children's work in anticipation of meeting with the homeschool advisor and demonstrates the benefits of Canva and having shared their work on Hive.
When learning to write from scratch, it can be surprising how much more is involved than just forming letters. This is what @romeskie is currently facing as she documents her little one's writing journey.
Sometimes we're educating our children without really thinking about it, then sometimes we're missing out on opportunities to include education, because we just didn't think of it! I used to drive for hours a week with my daughters for extra curricular activities and it took me a while you realise we could make the journeys both more fun and educational. @homestead-guru shares a range of activities that can be done while travelling to get you carschooling.
Thank you for joining us. This curation was brought to you by @minismallholding and this week I have chosen @arrliinn to be a 10% beneficiary of this post and have added in another beneficiary for @mattclarke for the ongoing delegation support. Thank you!
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