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The Smart Home: The Natural Way to Educate…

The Smart Home: The Natural Way to Educate through Play.

by Shannon Pretorius M.Ed.

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This book is about the everyday routines and rituals that your family engages in and how you can inject educational vocabulary, activities, mindset, and play into those routines naturally, with little or no cost. I call that “edu-play”- the idea of combining education and learning into the natural world of child’s play. Families don’t have a lot of down time in their days. Edu-play is one way to capture opportunities for learning and fun when there is no time, no money, and no way to add one more thing to your plate.

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