Happy Friday! We have officially survived our first week of homeschooling. All of us. And Madeline has survived her first week of High School! I did not set my hopes too high and I am very, very happy with survival.
Onward and upward! Our days at home are quite lovely right now, with one small exception. Mosquitoes. Mosquitoes like we have never, ever seen before! We cannot go outside for a moment without getting covered – even just running for the car. It’s really putting a kink in our nature-loving ways.
No time outside means loads of time inside. And with loads of time inside we have really been getting the most out of our Quiet Bins.
Lately I have had many questions about how to best utilize Quiet Bins with groups of children – home daycares, daycare centers, preschools, and kindergarten classes.
So I thought I would write a post all about that, and how to ensure you are getting the most learning (and quiet) from those bins.
You can find that post over on my friend Vanessa’s blog, Pre-K Pages. It’s called, Getting the Most from Quiet Bins and it also has a sneak peak at 3 new Quiet Bins to ensure you have a lovely, relaxing weekend.
And this post, of course, is to complement the life-changing (I am completely not exaggerating!) eBook A Year of Educational Quiet Bins!
I hope you love it!
Thank you very much for reading friends, I hope you have had an awesome week. If you don’t hear from me on Monday it means the mosquitoes are winning so please send bug spray!