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And while I did end up ditching the lesson plan book, we were pretty consistent with the letter writing, so much so that I wanted to add in someone else – a penpal.
I can think of tons of reasons why penpals are such a wonderful addition to a homeschool curriculum, not just from a basic language arts and penmanship standpoint, but also from a social studies lens as well.
Also, if there's anything you DON'T want in a penpal (like, "No men,", "No girls," "No one from USA," etc, make sure to put that in here too.
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When I was looking at how to address spelling, grammar, and handwriting in a practical application as part of my daughter’s first grade curriculum last year, we decided that she would write weekly letters to her grandmother.
They had been corresponding on a fairly regular basis, but since I was turning it into more than just a way for her to keep in touch with “Mi Mi,” I wanted to be sure that it ended up in my lesson plan book.
” “What was the favorite part of your day yesterday? Sometimes we send formal letters, but other times, it’s pictures, postcards from our trips, and yes, apparently even bouncy balls.