While homeschooling comes with a unique set of challenges, it also has some awesome benefits! One exciting perk is incorporating your child’s unique interests into the lessons, making humdrum topics more lively and memorable.
Since my children — especially my middle school son — loves comic books, we used the Kid Made Modern Comic Book Kit during our recent election unit study. Although we used it for something topical, this process can apply to almost any topic or subject!
Materials You'll Need
- Art Supplies - markers, colored pencils, etc.
Here's How to Make It:
- Read information and review any vocabulary words or concepts you want your child to remember.
- Have your child draw pictures or symbols related to the words and concepts in pencil, making changes as needed.
- Finally, add ink — then color!
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