“Hey! Did you see this?” I heard my daughter say one day. I had placed a new Sir Cumference book on the worktable for the girls to find. They were thrilled. They love this series and look forward to when a new book is released.
It’s not just books that I strew, or leave out for them to find. I’ve left games, puzzles, clothes, and even snacks out.
Strewing is an excellent way of creating a learning-rich environment by taking advantage of your child’s natural curiosity. I strew anything that I want to create a little excitement about and surround with curiosity. Today’s episode of the Triumphant Minute is about the value of strewing for all ages.
The value of strewing for your homeschool
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