I keep telling my daughter, "We're in this together." Suddenly, the whole world has changed and it's hard for little ones and big ones alike to process. Our routines will be shaken, whether we are homeschooling or sending our children to school.
Amidst questions about what our days will hold and how to keep children engaged in learning during these changes, I decided to round up some Charlotte Mason-friendly online resources for your home. We'll have some extra time on our hands with our homeschool enrichment program and mother's day out being cancelled, so I'm going to introduce some of these fun learning opportunities as a meaningful way to spend our cooped up days.
(Note- I've used affiliate links to share some of these resources with you.)
Virtual Field Trips
Copy Work/ Handwriting
At the time of this blog post, many companies and small businesses are sharing great deals on resources that can be used during this time of uncertainty. I'll add more deals as I see them.
Early Childhood Ideas
If your concern is not so much with keeping your child's academics up to par, but keeping your young child from growing restless, here are some ideas.