“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
What do you think?
Do you strew? What’s your favorite thing to leave out to be found?
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