Gaps in Delight-Directed Learning

Saturday, July 11, 2015

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When you homeschool the idea of learning gaps can be intimidating. What if I miss a significant body of knowledge? Will my kids suffer because I fail to teach them {fill in the blank} ? Will the gaps in their learning hold them back in life? The idea that learning gaps are detrimental is a myth. If you use delight-directed learning or unit studies, gaps in learning may be more prominent because you aren't following a scope and sequence. Should you worry? NO! Your kids WILL survive and in the long run will be better learners.

Join me over at Ben and Me today as I talk about learning gaps when you use delight-directed learning or unit studies in your homeschool. 

Also, the author of Ben and Me, Marcy, has created a great planner for homeschool moms if you are interested in "delightful" learning or unit studies. You can read more about it here.

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