Whether you are a homeschooler, or your children attend public/private school, you have probably found yourself in a position where you needed some supplementary enrichment. Maybe the way your homeschool curriculum teaches a concept isn’t making a connection with your child. Maybe your children need a little practice in a particular subject and they just don’t have the time while they are in school.
There are many ways you can supplement your children’s education. Some children may prefer reading more in depth about what they are learning. Sometimes, game play is a better option, especially if your child is already struggling with the amount of “schoolwork” they have. Educational games often don’t feel like learning at all; they’re just fun to play.
Art projects, science experiments and field trips (even short ones with your family on the weekends) are all excellent for supplementary enrichment. What are some ways that you help to supplement with your kiddos?