Third grade!

We are entering third grade this month, according to our curriculum. Another year of homeschooling is done! I am happy to announce that we still enjoy homeschooling and the lifestyle that comes with teaching and learning. I am blessed with a child who is eager to learn, which makes it fun and rewarding for all of us. During 2nd. grade we've used the AbekaBook-curriculum and we will be using the same this following year. The books have a learning-curve that suites our daughter well, plus they are colorful and fun to work with!

One of our main focuses this year has been working on speaking, writing and reading English. Since we have, and probably will continue to use English curriculum, this has been essential. We arrived Australia one and a half month ago, and during our time here she has been able to put her language-skills into practise, which has been great!

We have gotten to know many of  the homeschooling-families here and it is so nice for us to see how they do things and apply some of their methods and tips into our homeschooling.  My daughter keeps a scrapbook-journal while we are over here, I am hoping this will help her treasure memories of  this trip and remember all the wonderful people we have been blessed getting to know and the fun we had together. 

We are looking forward to this coming year, spending time with friends, family, new acquaintances and seeing what plans God may have in store for 2014 !

 

May God Bless you!

 

Kjemi med pappa!

Her prøver andreklassingen seg på "ordentlig" kjemi! Vi har kjøpt et lite laboratorie-sett, for å lære om omforming av stoffer, reaksjoner og måling av ph-verdier. I tillegg inneholdt settet et eget hefte med eksperimenter man kan gjøre med vann, mel, salt etc, gøy!

Det sa "poff"!

 






Research-poster

Our second-grader did her very first research on her own! The topic "Thor Heyerdahl" (norwegian explorer and adventurer) was interesting to her. She took notes while watching a documentary-movie on his "Ra"-expeditions. Afterwards we sat down together and formed this poster.

 





Curriculum prep. for 2nd. grade

Last week I finished next years year-plan and today I sent in an order for our 2nd. grade curriculum, plus some materials for tot-school. I am so happy to have this done :) Last year we put together our own curriculum, which has workes good. This year I decided to try an English curriculum and modify it to suit us better. My choice is a 2nd. grade-kit from  A Beka Book. Since this is a foreign language-curriculum, I added some books from the 1st. grade-kit as well. They also have a lot of CD's and DVD's and we decided to use some of them too. I have a good feeling about this curriculum choice and by being ahead in the planning of next school- year I get a chance to read through it and do the final planning before this summer :)

Halfyear-update

I cant believe it has been almost 6 months since we officially started homeschooling, time truly has been flying! These past months we have learned alot, tried, failed and succeded. It has been ups and downs and summing it all up, I would say; "A time of hard work and great rewards". For a new homeschool mom, where noone where we live right now has ever done this before, I will be honest when I say that it has been a process of continuely working to find the right arenas for learning and making learning fun for both my tot and my 1st. grader- at the same time! It has been challenging,yes, but I wouldt trade it for the world. The reason? I now see that what I thought was in it for my children, really is! They are happy, eager to learn and seem content with having a learning-based- routine throughout our day. I like this season of life and learning, and with a little bit of creative "mom"-thinking, being a teacher of 1st. grade and toddler-school is amazing.

This semester I had put together a curriculum based on several different curriculums. I have used the local schools curriculum, the local library, the internet and also some of my own designs to make one whole unit. This has mostly worked great for us, and when it has not, it has been fairly easy to replace those parts. There are so many great books, dvds, workbooks, kits etc. out there, but unfortunatley not that many are in norwegian. That is one of the reasons we have been focusing on the english language this year, and will be next year also. It would be neat to be able to use this materïal in teaching the kids in subjects such as world knowledge, math, science and nature studies.  According to our year-plan, we are well ahead. Some things have been added and some things we will be bringing into 2nd. grade. No rush.

My daughters absolute favorite subject is art. She cuts, she glues, she draws, she paints! She loves to create and this has been a golden opportunity for me to bring math, language, home-ec and so on, into our art-projects. Examples are making animals or faces out of the food before we eat it, yes, they love "playing" with their food :) ( Math is also frequently intergrated into food- making by counting, adding,subtracting, measuring etc.). After making a snowman- why not measure the height of it and compare it to our own heights?  Another fun way to intergrate learning in fun activities is to take the time- this has been a part of making time understandable for our oldest. Seconds, minutes and hours are just concepts to them and needs to be repeted. Its so fun when they are starting to get it. I would say that the most effective learning happens when we do activities. By that I mean learning by doing, not by reading or writing about it. It might be because they are still so young that they seem to learn best this way, but we enjoy it anyways. Then, as I planned before we started, I have supplied by using worksheets, workbooks, learning-videos and games. I will put a link to some of our favorites at the end.

During this time I have managed to come up with a homeschool- organizing plan to be used in the continuing. I have browsed the net, read, ordered stuff and I have so much exciting new things we are going to try. We will be using alot of the old stuff too, I dont want to change what is already working, but a few things will be done differently and some newbies will be added. I am excited!  I will write more about our upcoming plans later, so stay tuned :)

Here are a few of our favorite "off"-curriculum-things to do;

  • Superwhy Is a great guy that brings his friends into fun adventures and teach my children spelling, reading, the ABC's and great morals.
  • Superstjerne og Gullstjerne  Workbooks with colorful activities. Stickers to be used as rewards. A true favorite of my oldest daughter.
  • weebeeworld.com a good website to learn English. It is ment for English-speaking children but since the targeted age group are toddlers, it fits for both of my norwegian speaking children as well.
  • I also use some american homeschool-blogs, that stands out, in my planning. Some of these ladies offers printables for learning and we have been using several of those. I will list these blogs on my blog.

Thank you for following us this year and I hope you will join us in our jouney through 2013 as well.

Marie

 

Our November activity-list

Each month I try to make a list of activities we have been doing that month and  hopefully some of the activities can be of inspiration to other families and people who work with children. These are the activities we do in addition to our regular subjects. Although when we focus on doing fun things together as a familiy/ with other families, subjects such as math, english, geography and  science are being taught- this is often the best way to learn!

 

  • Excursion to Hundåla
  • Excursion to Langmyråsen
  • Finding and learning about animal-footprints
  • Drawing silouette of face by the shadow on the wall- making art of it :)
  • Folding paper into little animals and learning about those animals
  • Family-trip to vallia with families from church- lighting a fire and treasure-hunting!
  • Making art by fingerpaint- Lots of mess and lots of fun!
  • Learning subtraction using popcon- a great idea that appeals to the child :)
  • Excursion to a TV-tower- learning basic facts about the function of such towers
  • Trip to Trondheim visiting friends and having fun. On such a long drive we do different activities and games in the car to make the driving fun and interesting for the kids;  "How many blue cars do we see in ten minutes?", "spot things that starts with the letter A, B, C and so on", "counting lights in tunnels", "Learning signs". We also sing alot and tell stories. The children have their own water-bottle and we stop alot to get fresh air or something to eat. Yes, the trip takes longer but we have found that by doing these things we are much more rested and happier when we arrive our destinaton :)
  • Home-ec-day with other families

 

Some of our October- activities

  • Making  "The body" poster
  • Calculation on the blackboard
  • Speaking english (our second language) through the day
  • Attending sunday-school (Singing, crafting and learning about the Lord)
  • Rhymes where we sing and dance
  • Tree-climbing
  • Starting to learn the clock
  • Playing grocery-store @ home, with real money. A great way to include math in our daily-life. The children also get familiar with our "kroner".
  • Visiting a stable with horses
  • Change tires on our family -car
  • Making scones
  • Shopping by "herself"
  • Learning the primary colors (poster)
  • Excursion to Hundåla by ferry
  • Excursion to Mindland by ferry
  • Visiting The Petter Dass- museum
  • Visiting the M/S Rigel memorial

Our first homeschool-meeting

Our first homeschool-supervisory meeting was last Tuesday. It was nice to meet and talk to the two ladies who are going to follow us throughout the school-year. The meeting took place in our home. To us, our home was the most natural place to be having this meeting, since this is our learning-base. This way it made it easier for us to show them our work these past 2 months. During the visit and conversations both parties got the opportunity to share ideas and tips for the continuing learning.  The good cooperation between us makes it easier to focus on the learning to come.

 

 

Our September activity- list.

 

Some of the things we have been up to this month, for inspiration :)

  • Tree-safari (Learn about different types of trees)
  • Binoculars- safari (Discover nature through binoculars!)
  • Playing and gathering leafs in the park.
  • Making an Atumn-poster using the leafs.
  • Harvest (Berries and fruit)
  • Making jam and juice, using harvested berries and fruit.
  • A day out in the woods, discovering how the nature changes when Fall hits. (Grandma joining us :))
  • Home-ec with daddy (Bread on the menu)
  • Fishing with friends (Using fishing-pole)
  • Outing with fire and games
  • Driving tractor with dad (Learning caution- policy when big vehicles are around)
  • Crafting- night with friends
  • Making  books out of Cardboard (creating own stories)
  • Fingerprinting with paint (Making the prints into little penguins and snowmen!)
  • Practice making patterns
  • Reading out load from books that she likes.
  • Mental arithmetic
  • English language (Numbers 1-10, "Good morning", "How are you?", "My name is..." etc.)
  • Rhymes
  • migratory birds (Season theme)

October-update.

We have reached October and are well adjusted with exploring,inquiering and learning. The progress is good in my daughters reading, writing and math. By now I can certainly see the value of natural learning, and the fact that learning driven by the child itself really pays off. This is one of the things I really like about what home-schooling gives- the oppourtunity to follow your childs development closely. This again gives me the facts I need to facilitate a base,suited her, at the stage she is in.

 My daughter has been using workbooks, but the real tresure lies in us discovering together. My children thrives when I take genuinely  interest in their exploring. I find that what really "sticks" are the things we have fun learning. Examples could be;  counting the reflex-sticks by the road while biking together, reading labels in the supermarket or multiplying while play-pretending grocery-store at home with friends.  These are just a few examples, but the idea is the same. I might not notice anything right there and then, but later on, in other contexts, I find her using what she learned.

In our country both public schools and home-schoolers follow certain guidelines when it comes to what the children are to learn. For us these guidelines are helpful. The great thing about them is that these goals can be reached not only by using curriculum, but by childrens inquiering as well :) I have the last month been in contact with other home-schooling-families, and the thing that strikes me with all of them, is the commitment they have. This commitment is driven by the joy of seeing how their children are benefiting. One mom said, "There is no doubt that the children become both socialized and full of knowledge".  Seeing how my children flourish makes it worth the hard, but rewarding work I do. ♥

First weeks of 1st. grade.

Two weeks of first grade have passed and my first-grader and I are happy with our start. A lot has happened in these two weeks and It has in fact been quite busy, so Im thinking in the following weeks we are going to slow things down a bit :) Although it has been a lot of FUN! Our focus has been on fundamental learning, covering the subjects in our year-plan, with main focus on math and writing. Just before school started we received some textbooks and I have decided to use these for a limited time each day. The reason we are doing this is the importance of fundamantal, basic knowledge before I introduce her to more complex material. This way I can easely see and hear where her knowledge-level is and be sure of what is next on the agenda. By making sure I dont introduce her to knowledge she is not ready for, I reduce the risk of her feeling inadequate, which is not good for a childs natural learning-pregression. Taking the time to make learning FUN is well worth it :)

My daughter has been interested in numbers and letters for years, and a natural result is that the first pages of her textbooks was done pretty fast. When we came further out in the books, to things that she had to use more time on to understand, I make sure she really understands before we move on. A clue is to end the learning-session before the child gets tired or doesnt seem to want to learn at that point, and rather pick up the thread later with a different approach to that specific thing, to keep it interesting. An example is numbers. She knows the numbers in her mind and can count them out load, but when it comes to writing down the numbers from 11 and up, she needs practice. I decided to to make small pieces of paper (purple of course! :)), wrote on the numbers from11 to 20 and stuck them to our stairway with double-sided tape. This way she sees one numer for each step she takes and can easely see what it looks like on paper.

Our foreign language, which is English, can also partly be taught in a similar way. I make little pieces of paper and write "Bath", "Wall", "Book" and so on, on them and stick them to the different places on our house, in the car, in the childrens playhouse and so forth. Just to see if she paid any attention to the notes, I didnt ask her to read them, but simply gave her the opportunity to see the notes herself and read them, and she does! :) Our learning from textbooks and indoor-learning is however only a small part of our day. It is important to get up and about (with a balance of not being too busy), so much of our day is spent outdoors, exploring and discovering. Since the summer is slowly turning into fall, it has been a natural focus for us to learn about the leafs on the trees changing color, migratory birds, berries and fruit, harvest and other things that has to do with the season we are in. We are surrounded by wonderful nature and this is ideal for the way we teach and learn. Examples of trips are  harvest-trips (raspberries is the favorite this fall!), fishing-trips and trips to a place we know where we can look at different types of birds. Daddy is above average interested in birds and gave his daughter her very own pair of binoculars last winter :).Friends and family are great company on some of our trips and outings, and the children seems to thrive when the adults really take interest in them and take the time to sit down with them, talk, answer and have fun WITH them :)

Our girl has always been a "learner", she askes questions all the time and this is a great way for me to help her on her way. I make sure I ALWAYS pause and take the time to give her the very best answer I can. If i dont know the answer, we check it up in books, internet or with someoner with knowledge on that area. It it so important to realize how much we get "for free" when we prioritze this. Since we officially started first grade two weeks ago (although it was not a huge transition from our life before) she has asked even more questions. It be what she reads in our school-textbooks, about measurements, about nature and so on. She is a very proud little princess and the fact that she is a REAL first-grader seems to have the effect of her wanting to gain even more knowledge. As long as it is the child itself that keeps the pace, and not the parent, it is good. My task is to inspire, facilitate and be there for her as a safe port and a loving parent.

This was a little taste of how we do things at the moment. Hope to inspire and encourage!

 

 

 

 

Angående tilsyn

Tilsyn med hjemmeundervisningen

 

Hva er tilsyn?

Opplæringsloven § 14-3 «Kommunalt tilsyn med heimeopplæring»

Siden alle barn har krav på grunnskoleopplæring, plikter kommunen å føre tilsyn med hjemmeundervisningen. Ansvaret for at tilsynet skjer ligger hos tilsynslæreren. Foreldrene skal tas med på råd om tilsynet, i tråd med intensjonene i forarbeidet til Opplæringsloven der dette kommer særlig tydelig frem. Gjensidig tillit er en forutsetning for et effektiv tilsyn. Det er f.eks. viktig at foreldrene tas med på råd ved utvelgelse av tilsynsfører slik at dette er en person som begge parter kan ha tillit til.

I forarbeidene til Opplæringsloven kommer dette spesielt tydelig frem. Her understrekes viktigheten av at kommunen gjennomfører tilsynet i samarbeid med foreldrene. (Avsnitt 3-11).Se også Odeltingsproposisjon nr 46 for grenseoppgangen mellom skole og hjemmeundervisning. Her står det blant annet at "..skolen skal utøve sitt ansvar med respekt for foreldrenes rett til å sikre opplæring i samsvar med deres egen religiøse og filosofiske overbevisning..".

For å sikre oss mot omsorgssvikt og ulike former for overgrep mot barn, har samfunnet en del mekanismer. Disse mekansimene skal fange opp dem som ikke har det bra, og hjelpe dem dersom det trengs. Dette sikkerhetsnettet består hovedsaklig av våre medmennesker, familie, venner, naboer og bekjente.

Men også offentlige instanser som helsestasjon, fastlege, barnehage, barnevern, tannlege og skole har viktige sikringsroller. Når man hjemmeunderviser, har barnet potensielt mindre kontakt med slike offentlige instanser (men kanskje desto større kontaktflate med samfunnet forøvrig), og derfor er det behov for et formelt tilsyn med opplæringen. Barnet har krav på opplæring, og tilsynet er til for å påse at barnet altså får det det har krav på.

Tilsyn er på denne måten i felleskapets interesse. Vi vil at alle barn skal ha det godt.

Hvordan skjer tilsynet?

Den praksis som er rådende i dag, er at kommunen og familien i fellesskap blir enige om en tilsynslærer. Tilsynslæreren plikter å ta kontakt med familien, og avtaler så å møtes en til to ganger i skoleåret. Normalt skjer møtene på skolen, eller annen offentlig plass som et bibliotek, grendehus osv. Om ikke den hjemmeundervisende familien selv ønsker det, er hjemmebesøk normalt ikke en del av tilsynet.

En del foreldre velger å føre dagbok, hvor de dokumenterer hva barnet har vært igjennom det siste skoleåret. Dette er da basert på Kunnskapsmålene, eller andre pedagogiske retninger.

Ut fra samtaler med familien og kjennskap til barnet over tid, skal tilsynslæreren vurdere om opplæringen er god nok. Etter hvert tilsynsmøte, skal tilsynslærer utarbeide en rapport med kopi til foreldrene, der man konkluderer med om opplæringen er tilstrekkelig eller ikke.

Basert på en slik konklusjon kan det eventuelt bli akutelt å prøve/teste barnet i faglige kunnskaper. Skulle videre tilsyn vise at barnet ikke får den opplæringen det har krav på, kan kommunen kreve at barnet begynner på skole.

Merk at når det i lovteksten står at barnet kan kalles inn til "særskilte" prøver, er dette akkurat det; Kun etter et forutgående tilsyn, og kun dersom det er tvil om hjemmeundervisningen er tilstrekkelig. Skolens vanlige skriftlige tester som nasjonale prøver, kratleggingsprøver og lignende, er normalt ikke en del av tilsynet.

Med sitt kjennskap til barn og læring, vet også tilsynslærere at det er store individuelle forskjeller når det gjelder hva ulike barn lærer til hvilke tid. Dette tas med i betraktningen. Best effekt med tilsynet oppnås når barn og undervisning følges opp over tid.

Gjennom et godt samarbeid med tilsynslærer, kan tilsyn være god hjelp og støtte i hjemmeundervisningen. Imidlertid møter ofte foreldre som ønsker hjemmeundervisning et byråkratisk og bastant språk i brevene de får fra kommunen. Dette kan kanskje virke unødvendig og lite samarbeidsfremmende for enkelte, men husk at dette ofte er nettopp byråkratiske formuleringer og lovsitater. Og de er oftest ikke formulert av tilsynslærer.

 

Marta Straume tlf. 55241797 er den med bredest og lengst erfaring når det gjelder tilsyn med hjemmeundervining i Norge. Hun tilbyr også kommuner kurs i hvordan man skal føre tilsyn med hjemmeundervisning.

 

Homeschool-conference

This week we attended Nhuf's annual conference in Telemark, Norway. This years topic was "Experiences with evaluation".  The speakers shared useful information and tips. We also met some wonderful people that shared their stories of homeschooling with us. One of these families have been homeschooling their three children for fourteen years. It was so uplifting to see how these children now has become three wonderful, confident young adults, all making their path into the "grown up"- world.  Different stories for each family, but one thing in common; we all strive to do our very best for our children and to prepare them for the time that comes when they must make their our choices.

 

 

Organiseringen av vår skolehverdag

Vi har valgt å undervise vår datter selv og dette innebærer at hennes skolehverdag utarter seg annerledes enn den hos elever på offentlig skole.  Jeg som mamma/lærer legger opp hennes undervisning tilpasset henne og den aldersgruppen hun befinner seg i. Det første/de første årene baserer vi undervisningen betraktelig på «læring gjennom lek».  Lærenyttige aktiviteter ute og innendørs blir benyttet.  Eksempler på dette er turer i skog og mark, hobbyaktiviteter, besøk på gårder, utflukter til bl.a. bibliotek, basseng og museum, samt eksperimenter og lek med naturelementer. Denne metoden egner seg utmerket som undervisning, og vil skape interesse og gir mulighet for utfoldelse av egen kreativitet! J

 

Som en kontrast til en vanlig skolehverdag hvor en del av undervisningen ofte skjer med en lærer ved tavlen og eleven ved pulten har jeg som utgangspunkt og mål at min datter for det meste skal lære gjennom dagligdagse gjøremål og utflukter.  En vanlig hverdag gjøres spennende og lærerik ved at barnet får delta aktivt i mange av hverdagens aspekter som f. eks matlaging, dataorienterte oppgaver, hagearbeid, handling, planlegginger, utflukter, medbestemmelse i valg etc.  Det ligger mye matte, engelsk, naturfag, kroppsøving, rle.  og heimkunnskap i dette!  

 

Vi er så heldige å bo omringet av vakker natur.  Å bruke denne aktivt i undervisningen faller seg naturlig for oss.  Jeg vektlegger blant annet læren om og ivaretakelse av naturen og dyrene. Dette er en arena hvor vi gjennom lek med naturelementer kommer inn på flere fagfelt som bl.a. matte, naturfag, kroppsøving og kunst og håndverk. Som tips fra andre som hjemmeunderviser, arrangerer vi utflukter/reiser bl.a til steder som er nevnt i pensum, dette er en utmerket måte for barn å lære på. Man får mulighet til å se og være tilstede på det aktuelle stedet, på denne måten vekkes lærelysten- og dermed øker også kunnskapen.

Det faktum at de færreste barn liker å sitte stille lenge i gangen er også et signal om at det ikke er naturlig. Jeg ser at når mine små får bevege seg rundt og røre på seg under læringen, har de det gøy! Jeg ser også at da kommer kunnskapen naturlig og uten stress, noe vi setter pris på i dagens hektiske samfunn!  Samtidig som barna får ro til å lære i «eget» tempo, med veiledning av voksen, trives de og begynner snart å ta initiativ selv til å oppsøke kunnskap! J

 

Min datter har den fordel at lærer/elev forholdet er en-til-en.  Dette innebærer at den tiden hun er i aktiv lære øker i forhold til å være i en normal skoledag med en lærer fordelt på mange.  Med en slik tilnærming til undervisningen vil timeantallet som er ført opp i læreplanen ivaretas meget godt. Ved å bruke denne formen for læring som basis, samt det faktum tatt i betraktning at hjemme er vår base, er selve dagen vår læretid. Pauser faller også naturlig inn. Det vil for eksempel passe best en dag å fokusere på flere emner i løpet av kort tid. Andre dager fungerer det bedre å bruke noen timer på ett tema, da er resten av dagen pause. Barnet vil imidlertid fortsette å lære hele dagen. Med tilrettelegging for tilegning av kunnskap samt bevissthet på å ha det gøy samtidig har man den ideelle skoledagen for voksne og barn J

 

I tillegg til å innlemme dagliglivets gjøremål i undervisningen, bruker jeg lærebøker parallelt.  Disse har vi fått av skolen, men bruker dem på en annen måte. Vi leser bøker sammen daglig og tar opp teamene i bøkene der det faller seg naturlig. Holder vi på med miljøeksperimenter for eksempel, vil det være naturlig for oss bruke bøker som omhandler temaet som oppslagsverk, for å se på fakta.  Jevnlig og ved behov tester jeg fremgang ved å bruke oppgaveark og muntlige spørsmål. Dette gjør jeg for å kartlegge fremgang, samt se hva barna mestrer eller hva de eventuelt må bruke mer tid på.

 

 

Jeg vektlegger viktigheten av mine barns sosiale utvikling, dvs. egenskaper som å vente på tur, dele med andre, respekt for andres valg, gleden av å være sammen med andre med like interesser etc.  Dette ivaretar vi gjennom fritidsaktiviteter og lek med andre barnefamilier generelt på ukentlig og ofte på daglig basis, samt reiser og utflukter sammen med andre småbarnsfamilier, noe som fungerer godt. Dette kan jeg si etter erfaring. Mine barn har aldri vært barnehagebarn men er allikevel sosiale og fungerer veldig bra både i lek med andre barn og i forhold til voksne og eldre mennesker J Det blir fokusert veldig mye på sosialisering av barn i dagens samfunn. «Alle» har en formening om dette, og voksne mennesker er ofte redde for at barna ikke skal bli sosiale «nok», og dermed falle utenfor i skole eller arbeidsliv. Denne enveis-fokuseringen har fått oss til å glemme noe elementært i barnas hverdag, nemlig roen og tryggheten. Den som skal gi barna den tid og lyst til å ville lære!  Jeg leste nettopp en forskningsrapport fra Norsk Folkehelseinstitutt som bekreftet noe av det jeg egentlig hadde mistanke om; 41% (!) av dagens fem-åringen sliter med følgene av overstimulering. Barnehage, skole, lekser, fritidsaktiviteter, venner...Det er vårt ansvar å gi noe bedre til barna, mitt valg er hjemmeundervisning J

En annen ting vi vektlegger er utfoldelse av kreativitet. Jeg mener det er essensielt at barn får nok tid og tilrettelegging til å leve ut og utvikle sine kreative evner. Trivsel kommer av mestring! Dette velger vi å gjøre gjennom å oppmuntre og tilrettelegging for våre barns interesser som bl.a. musikk, skuespill, oppvisninger, maling, tegning, diktning, hobbysysler, matlaging og gå på skattejakt i naturen og bruke «funnene» i kunstverk. Barn er forskjellige, det er også deres interesser, «cluet» er å bygge på det som er spesielt med nettopp ditt barn, slik at det skapes en mestringsfølelse.

Dette var en kort oppsummering av hvordan vi legger opp vår skolehverdag.  I tillegg til dette fører jeg egen logg/videologg.  Denne loggen inneholder min datters fremgang på de forskjellige fagfelt, samt små referat fra utflukter og annet vi ønsker å loggføre. Grunnen til at jeg velger å loggføre er dels for vår egen del, men også for å være til inspirasjon og å oppmuntre andre J

Marie Bratteng, mamma og lærer til en veldig stolt og flink førsteklassejente J

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