|#letslearn|let's learn linky week #11 - 15 July | LarabeeUK

|#letslearn|let's learn linky week #11 - 15 July



So who's on countdown?  Although we don't have summer break yet (T's nursery is all year) we still have loads planned!  I can't wait!

Thanks so much for linking up last time I've pinned all relevant posts to my #letslearn pinterest board pop over and take a look of you missed them.
Welcome to #LetsLearn, my weekly linky for all your learning blog posts, from early motor skills with babies and STEM activities to reading and writing for early years to GCSEs and beyond with your older children.  You are welcome here at #LetsLearn.  

We all know that kids learn more through play and whilst they are playing they learn far more than sitting at a desk, so learning with lots of fun is very encouraged here.


My favourite post last week was this great dump truck alphabet game from homeschoolpreschool.

My post this week if for these 5 second rule for tots cards.

Onto the linky...

Please link up to 2 posts, old or new.

The rules are pretty basic stick to 2 posts and comment on at least 2 posts please including mine. 

I'd really appreciate you grabbing my badge please too, or at least pop a link back to here to say you are joining in as it helps to spread the word for me.

{I'll only comment and share on posts that have linked back to me}

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I'd also really appreciate any social sharing or spreading the word about this new linky please, I really want it to be a success!  
The Linky is open right through until Sunday night.   By linking up you agree to be reminded by twitter or newsletter, if you'd like to be removed, please email me or comment :)

1 comment :

  1. As for me games - are the best way to teach you child something. I think that education was very boring last time. But now there are really big amount of interactive games, shows, cartoons and so on for children. Mostly i appreciate new technologies for education like smart desks, presentations on them and VR. Virtual reality is something very special nowadays, moreover in education. Students can see and almost touch subjects of learning instead of reading and writing boring deductive essay topics
    for example.

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