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When you pull out the school books, fire up the laptop do you sometimes get glazed over looks from your kids? Do they grumble and complain and make your day difficult because they just drag their feet to participate? Well, we’ve got a solution for those days. Stealth homeschooling.
What’s stealth homeschooling? you ask.
It’s when you sneak learning into your child’s day without them realizing they are learning. Sometimes this looks like a fun field trip and other times it’s introducing a new concept through an unusual learning method. An example of this might be introducing a child to 3D Design through an online cad program, or hands on history through reenactment. The goal is to keep your kids learning by making it interesting without making it obvious that it’s a learning opportunity.
Today, the bloggers of iHomeschool Network are sharing their methods, ideas, and tips for stealth homeschooling.
- 5 Sneaky Ways to Teach History – Michelle, Homeschool-Your-Boys
- 50 Easy Ways to Sneak in Learning– Jamie of The Unlikely Homeschool
- David Wiesner’s Wordless Picture Books: A Springboard for Imaginative Play (And Writing!) – Ginny Kochis at Not So Formulaic
- Easy Ways to Foster Early Literacy at Home – Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- Hands on Writing with a Family Notebook – Ginny Kochis at Not So Formulaic
- How to Homeschool On Your Vacation – Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- Seven Sneaky Ways to Give Your Kids Writing Practice – Jimmie Lanley of Jimmie’s Collage
- Sneaky Handwriting Practice – Rebecca at Line upon Line Learning
- Sneaky Summer Learning – Geocaching – Amy at Life as Lanhams
- Stealthy Teaching Equals Learning! – Three Busy Bees
- Teaching Math Skills through Television Shows – Emily at Table Life Blog
- The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Delight-Directed Learning – Jamie of The Unlikely Homeschool
- The Power of Play: Using Games in Your Homeschool – Caitlin at My Little Poppies
- Three Ways to Bring Back the Lost Art of the Letter – Ginny Kochis at Not So Formulaic
- Top 10 Games – Sneaky Ways to Get Kids to Learn – Christia at Faith Filled Parenting
- Reading Strike? 15 Stealthy Literacy Ideas That Work – Heather at Wellermommablog
- Better Learning Through Board Gaming – Lynna at Homeschooling without Training Wheels
- 10 Hands-On Learning Activities For Sneaky Math Fun – Amy at Busy Boys Brigade
- Sneaky Hands-On Teaching Methods for Kids with ADHD – Brenda at Schooling a Monkey