I can’t believe October is almost over! How did that happen so quickly?
I started the month with fifteen or so post ideas based on my topic Learning with Little Ones and now, on the last day of October I can think of at least a dozen more ideas I want to share.
Admittedly my topic was pretty broad and as a mom of six, my days are FILLED with teaching little ones all sorts of things, but I really thought I’d run out of things to say. Thankfully, for the sake of completing the challenge (and having anything left to blog about), I did not.
You can see all the topics I covered on our 31 Days of Learning with Little Ones page. There’s a little bit of everything there; academics, free printables, life skills, and faith lessons. Obviously, I wasn’t too organized and just shot from the hip most nights when I sat down to blog.
I’d love to continue exploring how we teach our children as well as sharing in general what works for us in our home.
What are a few things you’re trying to teach your children right now?
While I enjoy blogging to get my thoughts together, it’s the interaction with others that keeps me coming back to this little space.
So, is there anything you’d like to know or any topic you’d like me to share about?
Please, tell me in a comment below.
If I can give you any help, ideas, tips, or simply show you what has (or hasn’t) worked for our family, I’d love to!
Thanks for joining with me on this journey.
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October definitely flew, and I wasn’t able to keep up with blogs as much as I’d hoped (but that’s what November’s for!!) I’m at the beginning of teaching little ones – my son is 19 months old and just starting to explore books and develop his language skills. Hopefully as he gets older, I’ll be able to enjoy a few of your printables and suggestions!
Anastasia Rose says
October definitely didn’t feel as long as I was expecting when I began the 31 Days challenge. Congratulations on sticking it through! I did as well! I’m a teenager, so I don’t really have any advice on teaching little ones, but I do understand about loving the interaction through our blogs. That’s one of the things I love about it the most!
Looking forward to catching up with your posts now that I won’t be writing so often and can actually read. Hope your kiddos have a great and spooky Halloween!
Joanne Mitchell says
October did fly by, and KUDOS to you for keeping up the pace! Even though my days of raising little ones is long over, I find posts by Moms of littles very helpful. They give me insight to encourage and assist my kids’ efforts with their own little ones, and give me plenty of ideas for the times I get to spend with my grandchildren. Thank you for taking your precious time and sharing with your readers!!