The numbers don’t lie. Playtime is important for kids! There are measurable benefits to including plenty of playtime for your young kids instead of pushing academics too hard. Let’s dive into this important topic for homeschool families to consider.
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Welcome to the show notes for Episode #48 of the Homeschool with Moxie podcast!
As a former classroom teacher, now homeschooling mom of five, I love to equip and encourage other homeschooling families.
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EPISODE #48: Let Your Young Kids Have Plenty of Playtime
Just because the public schools are pushing more academics at a younger and younger age doesn’t mean you have to! The benefits of play-based learning are extensive, and the beauty of homeschooling is giving you the freedom to let your young kids have plenty of playtime!
- HSLDA The Homeschool Court Report – Q2 2019: How Early is Too Early?
- 6 Benefits of Play
- Early Childhood Development: 5 Proven Benefits of Play
- Importance of Play: 9 Amazing Benefits
- I don’t use printables (and you shouldn’t either)
- 5 More Reasons Why I Don’t Use Printables
- 6 Ways You’re Making Homeschooling Harder Than It Needs to Be
- 88 Things First Time Homeschool Moms Need to Know