I’ve been in a season busy lately. Homeschooling is one of my top priorities, along with nurturing and caring for my husband and children. Knowing this, I try to be very intentional with each moment with my family.
However there are occasionally full days when I have meetings, conference calls, community obligations, and deadlines, etc.
On those days I’m glad we have pther resources we can pull in.
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I settle the kids in somewhere with non-messy art supplies and an audio book.
It seems simple, and it really is.
They’re listening and learning, quietly visiting with each other, and I’m able to focus on my task at hand with very limited distractions.
How do you keep your kiddos busy when you need to work?
The CD they’re listening to today was a benefit of our HSDLA membership:
The art supplies were a birthday gift:
So because these were membership/birthday gifts they are a little pricier than what I would spend (still worth their value though). I checked Amazon this morning and came across several fantastic deals that are similar to what we’re using.
I love that this one has a nice carrying tin to keep all the supplies contained:
Less Expensive Audio CD’s from Adventures in Odyssey
These aren’t just great for homeschool kids, but for all kids. Think car trips (they’re engaging enough for parents too), lazy Saturday mornings, or the down time after church on Sundays.
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