VOTE in the Zorbit Home Learning Contest and WIN!

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School has officially started for us!  In fact, we are in our second week of homeschool and I am seriously loving it.  We’re both learning as we go, and I am continually making adjustments to make the experience as wonderful and as beneficial as it can possibly be.

Zorbit’s Math Adventure received some fantastic ideas when they asked fans to share a creative way parents can help children 3-5 years old learn any of the following math skills:

  • counting
  • identifying shapes
  • recognizing colors
  • comparing amounts

Some of you shared your ideas with me and I will have to admit– you are one creative bunch!  I picked up numerous activities and learning experiences that we will be able to incorporate into our home learning.

Their early childhood education experts have reviewed all the entries and narrowed down the finalists. Now we need your help to choose the very best!

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Visit the Zorbit’s Math Adventure Contest Page and vote for your favorite idea.  It’s a hard choice– there are some great options to choose from.  You can vote once per day and each time you vote you get one contest entry.  When voting ends this Friday {August 9}, they will randomly select THREE winners from all the contest entries to receive a $100 gift card!

The purpose of this contest is to spread the word about the importance of early childhood learning, and from what I see– it’s doing a fantastic job of this.  As a parent, home educator, and former public school educator I really want to emphasize how important home learning is.  Whether you homeschool or your child leaves home to receive their education, it is important that these learning opportunities occur in your house.  They help to develop a strong foundation for future learning and set your child up for future success.

To learn more about Zorbit’s Math Adventure and all the ways they encourage early childhood learning, please visit their website.

Make sure to connect with Zorbit’s Math Adventure for fun learning all year long.

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