Beverly of Homeschool Journeys is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling. It’s the Let’s Play School edition.
When I was a little girl, I loved playing school. . . . I had imaginary students that I would make worksheets for, I had good students and bad students. I would play for hours. My neighbor had a shoebox filled with a toy school set that I absolutely adored. It had desks and little rag dolls and a chalkboard and a teacher. I loved when she brought that coveted shoebox outside and let me play. I think my obsession with playing school is why homeschooling felt so natural to me. My imaginary students came to life. Now, to be clear, I’m not suggesting that homeschooling is playing school, but I look back on both with fond memories. And now that my kids are grown up and graduated, I continue to “play” by making worksheets for my grandkids and your kids.
The Faughn Family of Four blog writes about the Daddy Challenge Chair.