I hope you're all well, safe and loved right now. What a fortnight it's been since I posted before Easter...
I won't give the background on this post as it's all there in the first one and anyone who follows us will know how we've set up shop with regards to homeschool and keeping our business/working from home balance going - so I'll just jump in with these.
DISCLAIMER - as I said last time, I am not a teacher and I am in no way saying that this kind of learning is right or best for anyone's child...all I know is that my own little one loved the last lot and is loving these too - that's enough for me! I'm not a fan of screens (Isla sees enough of those in her downtime as she's quite the little gamer!) and even in this gorgeous weather, if I'm going to have a chance of getting any work done, I need to keep her busy with some independent activities.
I've seen so many "this is how parents should be acting" posts this week and to be honest I'm super fed up of them all to the point it's making me kinda sad. Whichever side of the fence folks are on, as parents we all have to do what's right for our own families - so if like me, you want a bit of traditional school structure to keep your little people busy - there's abso-freakin-lutely nothing wrong with it! Equally if you're enjoying your own ways of spending time with your kids - ALSO AWESOME! Be kind to other peoples choices - we're all finding a way through this in our own ways...
Like last time, there are all sorts of things in here from craft, cooking and forest school to numbers, phonics and writing.
Hopefully these are useful guys. If you want to download all 50 pages click here for girls and here for boys.
Peace and love,
The Jam Fam xx