Teaching Creatively: Toys, Games, and Puzzles

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Today is day 3 of the Teaching Creatively Blog Hop! I hope you have been enjoying reading about our first 2 topics, Delight-Directed Teaching and Schooling in the Kitchen!

This week,  80+ members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew are sharing their tips, ideas, and inspiration for bringing more creativity to homeschooling. Today, we are sharing about  Toys, Games and Puzzles.

Using toys, games, and puzzles can greatly enrich any homeschool. Children love the hands-on and fun approach to learning, and moms enjoy some time of relaxed and enjoyable learning.

We’d love to hear about some of your favorite ways to incorporate toys, games, and puzzles into your homeschool, too. Please share with us in the comments!

 

This is a blog hop, so that means when you’re finished reading one blog post, you will find the list of participating bloggers in a linky tool at the bottom of each post, making it easy to hop to the next blog article to read.

Let’s have some more fun . . .

Click here to begin hopping

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