Happy Fall, Homeschool Mamas! Many of us are the midway point of this semester. The weather is gorgeous outside and sometimes our kiddos would rather be out there than trudging through homeschool lessons. That’s why I’m sharing some great tools to help your homeschool child focus.
Of course, you know that it’s important to get those little ones outside. It only helps to increase their focus while inside. In this guide from Educents, you’ll find ways to enhance your children’s time spent outside and inside.
Tools to Help Your Homeschool Child Focus
From fixes for fidgeters to DIY electronics, check out these awesome innovations to teach our next generation, body, mind and manners.
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Outside Yoga for Kids
This adorable fall yoga book encourages kiddos to explore signs of fall outside, while stretching into the shapes they discover out and about.
What’s better than a walk on a crisp fall day, photography, and getting moving? Maybe some Pumpkin Spice coffee but that’s about it.
Best of all, the book includes a list of yoga poses for kids and a parent-teacher guide, so you can get your stretches in while encouraging health and learning.
A Great Tool for Kids who Fidget
I wish they had these when I was in school with fidgeters, and I’m so grateful they have them now that I’m a parent. This clever tool provides fidgeters with a quiet, non-disruptive way to keep their feet moving while their eyes, ears, and hands stay focused. And it’s not just for learning time – if you have a family occasion or a dinner out, this tool can be your saving grace.
Keep Their Minds and Hand Busy With a DIY Electronics Kit
Imagine a world where your curious builder doesn’t break open your cell phone or radio, but has all of the “let me figure this out” experiments right at their fingertips?
From simple experiments to advanced, this DIY Electronics kit has all the experiments for your tinkerer:
- glowing LEDs,
- beeping buzzers,
- controlling lights & motors
- using a Multimeter
- automatic night lamp set up
- robotics motor-driver
I’ve listed more than most can handle and that’s just the tip of the iceberg in this amazing kit. There are more than 50 different activities with step-by-step instructions waiting to be prototyped, tested, and built. Next up, teleporter!
Math Games for ALL the Rainy Days
Who doesn’t love a game? Research shows that play increases creativity AND smarts – as well as longevity. Since math can become a struggle, removing some of the heft of this “serious” subject by making it a game works wonders! These math games encourage play and math learning in one fell swoop!
Give your kiddos the gift of having fun with math to build up their confidence! Whether your child is learning about fractions, perimeter, multiplication or division, this awesome Seller on Educents has a game for every level of math learning. The games are colorful, and plenty of fun for the entire family.
Not a Lost Art: Handwriting Visual Workbooks
Watching your child learn to write is so fun – from the charming shapes to the fully fledged sentences. It’s one of the most important ways they’ll communicate – and believe it or not, handwriting still matters!
No matter what your child’s level of handwriting – the art can use practice, practice, practice. Channie’s Visual Handwriting Workbooks are super cute, and all cost less than $10! Great prep for Thank You notes for Santa, for birthdays and all the wonderful occasions to come. 🙂