As early as now, I am thinking of Zeeka’s education. My husband says it is still too early to worry about it. But being the stubborn me, I have already read blogs of the other moms and have checked out the websites of ‘schools’ that she can go to even as a baby. But apart from all these schools and places where they teach and develop children, at home, I honestly don’t know what to do to teach her.
I had my first experience in teaching a child when David, my nephew was smaller. I used to teach him ABC while I was on maternity leave that time (which was just a few hours a day). But, I know that was completely different. David was a nephew and most of the teaching really came from my BIL and SIL, his parents.
Now that I have my own daughter, I am with her 24 hours and I know that the task of teaching her will be on me. I have grown attached to her and sometimes, I think if I will ever be ready to see her go to school and not be with her at home. I know that every kid now is required to go to preschool, but for those who think that their 3-year-old is too young to be sent off to a preschool, you might be interested in homeschooling your preschooler.
If you want to try out homeschooling your preschooler, you might want to check this out.
The Learning Basket presents its much-requested seminar “Preschool Homeschool: You Can Do It Too!”. It will be on April 20, from 9am to 11am, at Medela House. Listen and discuss with other parents the what, why, and how of homeschooling preschoolers.
Registration is Php 250 but will be waived if you buy a minimum of P500 worth of books or toys from The Learning Basket’s booth during the event. Great quality books and toys add to the homeschool experience.
To register for the event, kindly fill up the form on this link. For questions, don’t hesitate to email Mariel at mariel(at)thelearningbasket(dot)com.
See you there!