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How to Raise Confident Readers

How to Raise Confident Readers    Hearing your child sound out those first words from a book is an exciting moment. But maintaining your child’s sense of wonder at reading can be tricky! Here are 10 ways to nurture their confidence and keep them interested in reading as they grow:     Read aloud, lots  Help your kids foster …read more Read More

What is unschooling?

What is unschooling? With schools under more pressure than ever and many families nervous about whether school is the safest place to be, it’s no surprise so many of you were eager to learn more about different styles of at-home learning! I find it fascinating to find out more about too! Today I thought I’d …read more Read More

How to Turn Your Child’s Interests into Learning Opportunities

How to Turn Your Child’s Interests into Learning Opportunities We all know kids learn best when they’re having fun! But if you’re new to supporting your child’s education, it can be hard to know where to start to create learning opportunities which don’t zap the fun out of their interest. Here’s a look at the …read more Read More

Pockets of Play – Guest Post by Wendy Duncan

Pockets of Play I was recently interviewed for the Home Education Hub. During my interview, I came up with the phrase ‘Pockets of Play’ to describe setting up small areas of easily accessible play around the house. Setting Up Setting up pockets of play around the home helps to mix up the play experience. I’m …read more Read More

What is Steiner / Waldorf Style Learning?

What is Steiner / Waldorf Style Learning?   At Print Play Learn, I love exploring different styles of learning and seeing how we can adapt various educational philosophies to help kids thrive. Steiner (or Waldorf / Waldorf Steiner) has to be one of my favourites. Suitable for children of all ages and abilities, it’s main …read more Read More