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July 26, 2014
Working With Workboxes

Sometimes you want your preschooler to choose and carry out an activity without you directing him. Take a page from many homeschooling parents’ books, and create workboxes. In each, put a type of learning activity, such as a handful of crayons and some alphabet printouts, some yarn and stringing beads, or just a coloring book and crayons.

 
 

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