Here’s a practical tip – Use a Mini Office
What is a mini office?
A mini office is a set of important facts and pictures, reference charts, lists, handy facts and conversion charts pasted and laminated in a file folder for a child’s easy reference.
Why use a mini office?
For homeschoolers, a mini office replaces the conventional school wall charts as well as provide quick references needed for daily work. Parents should tailor-make their child’s mini office according to their current work requirements. For example the mini office can include Maths charts, Geography information, handwriting charts, sight vocabulary lists, Social Study facts and charts.
What is in a Maths mini office?
Maths mini offices change to reflect the skills and information for each stage. A junior mini office may include numbers, number lines, names of shapes and colors. Middle schooler maths mini office may include multiplication charts, addition charts, names of geometric shapes, clocks with time conversions, while high schoolers may include maths formulas, order of operations, percentages, fractions and decimal conversion charts, and so on.
Please click here to download your mini offices.
Read the following mini office posts ~
- Maths Mini Office new pages
- Maths Mini Office updated
- Maths Mini Office for Middle schoolers and High Schoolers
- Junior primary mini office
- Rectangles, rhomboids, squares & parallelograms
Hope this handy, practical tip helps you in your homeschooling.
In Grace, Nadene