Educational Tool: Snow Princess Printable

 

123 Homeschool 4 Me has Snow Princess Printable Pack

 

 

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Ashley

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Educational Tool: Alphabet Printables

 

Happy and Blessed Home has a Free Alphabet Printable Packs

 

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Ashley

Educational Tool: Preschool Circle Time

 

Happy and Blessed Home has a FREE Circle Time Preschool Printables

 

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Ashley

Educational Tool: New Year Printable Pack

 

3 Dinosaurs has a Free New Year Printable Pack

 

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Ashley

Educational Tool: Christmas Learning Printable Pack

 

3 Dinosaurs has a Free Christmas Printable Pack

 

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Ashley

Educational Tool: Christmas Printable Pack

 

From ABC’s to ACT’s has a Free Christmas Pack

 

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Ashley

Educational Tool: Christmas Printable Pack

 

Confessions of a Homeschooler has a Free Christmas Printable Pack

 

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Ashley

Preschool Chore Chart Printables

It is never too early for kids to learn how to help around the house.  It can be as little as learning to pick up their own toys, to helping set the table.  Children love to help, and what better way to help them learn to contribute to the household.

Now that my children are 2 and 3, we wanted a way to track things everyday to show our children what they have accomplished.  I have compiled a list of different chore charts for younger children.

Homeschool Creations has a Chore Chart that has pictures to help younger children know what they need to do.

Here is a Chore Chart from Chart Jungle.

 

My Frugal Adventures has this one

Here is another one from ChoreCharts

 

A Grateful life has this one

 

Coming up is how I set up our chore charts.

 

 

7 Styles of Learning

Which style of learning do you fall under?

  1. Linguistic Learner- Likes to read, write, tell stories; is good at memorizing;learns best by saying, hearing and seeing words
  2. Logical/Mathematical Learner- Likes to do experiments, figure things out, work with numbers, ask questions, explore patterns and relationships; is good at math, reasoning, logic, problem solving; learns best by categorizing, classifying, working with abstract patterns/relationships.
  3. Spatial Learner- Likes to draw, build, design and create  things, daydream, look at pictures, watch movies, play with machines; is good at imagining things, sensing changes, mazes/puzzles, reading maps, charts; learns best by visualizing, dreaming, using the mind’s eye, working with colors/pictures
  4. Musical Learner- Likes to sing, hum tunes, listen to music, play an instrument, respond to music’ is good at picking up sounds, remembering melodies, noticing pitches/rhythms, keeping tune; learns best by rhythm, melody, music.
  5. Bodily/Kinesthetic Learner- Likes to move around, touch and talk, use body language; is good at physical activities, crafts; learns best by touching, moving, interacting with space, processing knowledge through bodily sensations.
  6. Interpersonal Learner- Likes to have lots of friends, talk to people, join groups; is good at understanding people, leading others, organizing, communicating, manipulating, mediating conflicts; learns best by sharing, comparing, relating, cooperating, interviewing
  7. Intrapersonal Learner- Likes to work alone, pursue own interest; is good at understanding self, focusing inward on feelings/dreams, following instructions, pursuing interests and goals, being original; learns best by working alone, individualized projects, self-paced instruction, having own space.

Knowing how you learn helps make learning easier.

Ashley Myers