5 Inspirational Homeschool Quotes: In Support of Play Based Learning

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My son plays all. day. long. He’s only 4, what else would he be doing?

As a homeschool mom I’m ALWAYS wondering if I’m falling short. Is my little student learning enough? Will he fall behind his peers? Should I be providing more structure for my preschooler?

Worksheets, formal curriculum, should our homeschool look like traditional school?

Maybe you have some of those same concerns?

To answer my questions– NO. NO. NO! I know that I have nothing to worry about, I stand by the reasons my husband and I chose to homeschool. We want our children to have an education that is centered around who they are, and there interests. I also understand that there’s no such thing as being behind or ahead of peers. Children are individuals. No child should be forced-fed knowledge they aren’t ready for; simply because of the month and year they graced us with their presence.

Thankfully, I’m reminded just how important play truly is. My son is getting exactly what he needs, exactly the way he was created to — through play and everyday interactions.

If you worry also, (and what caring parent doesn’t from time to time) I believe these quotes will ease your mind.

 

 

 

 

Homeschool Quotes Inspiration "Play is the highest form of research" - Albert Einstein

“Play is the highest form of research”
-Albert Einstein

 

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“Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play, children learn how to learn.” O. Fred Donaldson

 

Homeschool Quotes “Play is the work of the child.” – Maria Montessori

“Play is the work of the child.” – Maria Montessori

 

Homeschool Quote “...my object is to show that the chief function of the child--his business in the world during the first six or seven years of his life--is to find out all he can, about whatever comes under his notice, by means of his five senses...” ― Charlotte M. Mason

“…my object is to show that the chief function of the child–his business in the world during the first six or seven years of his life–is to find out all he can, about whatever comes under his notice, by means of his five senses…”
― Charlotte M. Mason

homeschool quotes play based learning"play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning

” Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.” Mr. Rodgers

 

Remember, play is enough for your young homeschooler! If you would like a little inspiration and learn how to take your child’s interests to the next level, subscribe and follow for updates!  pinterestfacebookinstagram twitter

Happy Playing,
Raivon Lee
Vain Mommy

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