Saturday, April 3, 2010


I just found out from Jamin's Freebies on 4/2 about something called workboxes. There is information about them at Working the Workboxes.  Apparently the goal is to help with organization and to encourage independent study.

Some of the things the writer of the article inclues in the boxes are:

--Bible stuff
--phonics/spelling pages
--jump roping
--any independent science reading/lapbooking assignments
--some sort of flashcard game; either for math or music
--crafts (last week they created a horn book to go along with early American History)
--learning games
--practice the piano card
--other notebooking/lapbooking activities

Jamin also has some other links listed about workboxes. 

This might be a great time to investigate this idea, so there'd be time to start it next school year.

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