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Curriculum Reflection: Targeting Maths

Curriculum Reflection: Targeting Maths

As the year is drawing to a close, I wanted to reflect on some of the resources that we used this year and to jot down my thoughts on each of them. I thought I’d start with our maths curriculum since it has been the most consistently used resource for our first year. This year we have worked through Targeting Maths 1. We started it after realising that preschool maths books were way too easy and boring for our son….

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Sandwich Shapes

Sandwich Shapes

Ten reasons why my child is having a meltdown… Have you seen those posts that go around Facebook? You know, the ones with the photos of the children crying and the caption “my child is crying because…” They resonate. My boys have those meltdowns too. The ones where they cry because you gave them exactly what they asked for (the yellow cup!) and the ones where they want you to do the impossible (does anyone know how to get a…

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Tablework – Our Preschool Curriculum

Tablework – Our Preschool Curriculum

Last week I shared with you about our Morning Time. Today, I thought I’d write about what we do after Morning Time which is our Tablework. Tablework is just our name for work done at the table – the more formal lessons that make up our school day. Our son is 4 so technically he is preschool/prep/Yr0.5 aged however, one of the blessings of homeschool is that we can teach him at his level so his lessons for each subject…

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