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I have one child who will look for any reason to get on his laptop, and I don’t mean just to play video games. When we read aloud he wants to look up new words or the city/state/country of the setting. While doing our Math notebooking he has looked up Math vocabulary and how-to videos. He has requested and completed the Hour of Code on Khan and wants more like it, but more challenging. So, for all the moms out there with children like my son (and not) here are 8 Valentine’s Day resources for your tech-savvy child.
8 Valentine’s Day Resources for Your Tech-Savvy Child
Interactive Sites for Education has a lot of online options for many subjects, including Valentine’s day.
Canva is a fun free site where you can design your own cards.
Enjoy this engaging Unit Study from Techie Homeschool Mom.
Create your own poem on this fun site
Send e-cards to friends.
Watch the history of Valentine’s Day on YouTube
Use Sketchpad to create your own Valentine’s Day Art
Use these writing prompts and your favorite document program for some writing fun.
Or if your child enjoys research, have them research facts about Valentine’s Day and write (type) a paper. Believe me, I will be utilizing some of these with my son.
Post pictures of their creations below.
Much Love & Many Blessings!