Author: Liesl - Homeschool Den

Our Very First Post 0

Our Very First Post

We have just set up a new website that will be dedicated to our homeschooling activities. Hope you enjoy our new blog! Please like & share:

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Welcome to Our New Blog

Hi! Welcome to our new homeschool blog. I’ll leave these first few pictures here for the firstmonth or so — scroll on down to see if we’veadded anything new. I thought I’d first post a couple of picturesfrom our area of the world. Pictured belowis a Ghost Gum Tree.  We drive off road alot and go hiking, looking for rocks andkangaroo bones (one of LD’s favoriteactivities!) Please like & share:

Bearded Dragon 0

Bearded Dragon

We go to the local Reptile Centre fairly often (once a monthor so). Here’s a picture of a bearded dragon. We once hadone of these peer into our sliding glass door! This one is probablyabout 25 centimeters long or 10 inches. Please like & share:

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Rock Wallabies

Here we are feeding the wallabies. If you look closely, you can see a little joey poking its head out of the Mama Wallaby’s pouch. Every now and then we’ll post more pictures of our area — but not today! Now on to some of our homeschool activities! Please like & share:

Preschool Activities in a Box 0

Preschool Activities in a Box

JULY’S POSTINGS ARE ALL PRESCHOOL AND TODDLER RELATED! I have a clear plastic file box (actually now I have two-goingon three!) filled with all kinds of preschool activities. I’ll sharepictures of some of the things I have on hand. These havebeen very well used for the past four months by my 3 yearold and (now) 19 month old. My 19 month old has beenstringing straws for months now! I’ve posted...

Preschool Activities 1

Preschool Activities

Matching foam itemsPracticing Buttoning (I sewed the green felt strips andbuttons onto the blue felt backing.)  I don’t remember where I sawthis idea.  If you’ve seen this on another blog let me know and I’llprovide the link for others. Straw pieces on plastic string (or pipe cleaners) Please like & share: