Tips for Hands-On Learning

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If you’ve been a reader for more than about a week or so, you probably know how much I love hands-on learning. It makes learning fun and aids in greater retention.

Whether it’s a great science experiment, a 3-D map, or a household play about the current period in history you’re studying, adding more activities into your homeschool day is worth the effort.

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Today, at The Homeschool Classroom, I’m offering tips for incorporating more hands-on learning in your homeschool. Take a peek. It’s not as intimidating as you may think.

If you’d like many more hands-on learning ideas, be sure to check out my ebook, Hands-On Learning.

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  1. Hi! I just found your blog – love it! I was trying to leave a comment on your curriculum page, but couldn’t find a place. Anyway, in regards to French, you might check and see if there is an Alliance Franciaise in your area. They offer fantastic classes for beginners through expert and you can access their french library for free for a year. I took one of their classes and the it was great! 🙂

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