Family Simulations – Learning by Doing

Family Simulations: Learning by Doing - 
Education at home is not just about teaching children. It’s about the whole family learning, changing and experiencing life in a new way. Simulations are more than “pretend play” and are for the whole family. Instead of just reading about things why not experience it as a family? From simulating a city council, a bakery or even the President of the United States, there are endless possibilities. When you take learning beyond the pages of a book and make it real your family will see an increase in desire and change. Come learn how simulations work and how they will change your homeschool forever.

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Martha Levie

Martha Harsh Levie is the wife of Allen Levie, and the mother of 7 little Levies. Martha was educated at home and at a private school, now she teaches her own children at home. She graduated in Statesmanship and Literature from GWU in 1999. Martha is crazy about books by Jane Austen Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and Louis L’Amour. She loves to celebrate birthdays and holidays, climb trees and mountains, read, cook, travel, act with her children, study political philosophy and when September rolls around she has weak spot for fall leaves and college football. Martha and her family live in Provo Utah.

Martha invites you to join her via email:
austeneer (a t) gmail (dot com)

And to pick up a FREE copy of simulation scenarios here:
http://johnandabigail.com/?page_id=977

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