Learning Logs

A learning log is a place to write about our learning activities. Sounds pretty simple, yet it is a hefty structure in our homeschool. Our learning-log conversations begin with a question or two, such as, “What was the most fun thing you did today?” or “Tell me about something you had trouble with this week.” Then, as the answers spill out, I try to keep up with recording her thoughts as she tells me she loves science and wants to do more experiments, that she had the most fun yesterday playing kitties with Sam, that trying to tie her shoes makes her mad sometimes, and that she wants to read more Greek myths.

Continue reading Learning Logs by Ivy Rutledge, from the Jan-Feb 2006 issue of Home Education Magazine. Always great reading – Subscribe today and don’t miss another issue!

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