There are an unending number of activities you can incorporate into your home education adventure with very little preparation, time, or money! Even if you’re not especially creative, don’t despair. This list will inspire you and get your creative juices flowing. Use these suggestions as a springboard to find resources at the library or on the Internet that will give you more specific ideas and directions.
Motion-based activities are perfect for the kinesthetic learner or a child with lots of energy!
Marching, Rolling, Jumping, Bouncing a Ball
Have your children say their math facts (skip counting, times tables, etc.), spell their spelling words, or answer questions while marching, rolling, jumping, or bouncing a ball.
One of my girls’ favorite activities when they were learning phonics was “Tumbling with Mom.” We would pick a word ending like “at” and then take turns doing a forward roll on the carpet while adding a...