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Published by Laura Rajsic-Lanier
From a Child's View
Enrichment Project

When you learn something new, you're often told to start with "kid's books" as they are easier to understand and can get you the basic concepts faster. We'll look at knowledge "from a child's view" and create your own resources.
From a Child's View
Enrichment Project

When you learn something new, you're often told to start with "kid's books" as they are easier to understand and can get you the basic concepts faster. We'll look at knowledge "from a child's view" and create your own resources.

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Published by: Laura Rajsic-Lanier on Jul 23, 2010
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The Enrichment Project
From a Child’s View 
Steps
1.
Check out your house.
Do you have books or kits kids would use to learn something new? Do you have anything you are interested in that you’d like to start exploring? Create a “resources” area in your home, on your computer, etc. Donate items you do not plan to use yourself to youth groups, after school programs, schools, etc.2.
Used good sales.
Check out garage, yard and rummage sales. Do you have a used book store? Does your library recycle books? If you see something you can repurpose for your interests, put it into your physical “resources.”3.
Online kid activity sites.
Online activity sites and teacher lesson sites are a great place to get simple instructions to do things. Try a few of these or find your own. www.surfnetkids.com/directory www.indianchild.com/interesting_hobbies.htm www.familyeducation.com/home www.allstaractivities.com www.educationworld.com4.
Youth group badges and patches.
Youth groups provide programs from just requirements to full booklets full of material. You can find many items online to start. You can find listings for some of these groups explaining what is available. Check out some of the following: www.girlscouts.org www.scouting.org frontiergirlsclubs.com www.4-h.org www.campfireusa.org www.spiralscouts.org www.keyclub.org/home.aspx www.scouts.ca5.
Volunteer with an organized group.
By volunteering, you may be able to get free or low-cost training. You’ll also expose yourself to “experts” from those who provide opportunities both within the group and outside that support the group.6.
Ask kids.
Go directly to the source. Find out what the kids know about your subject(s). If you’re looking for what’s new, ask the kids what they are learning. Find out where they go for fun! It might shock you to find out that they’re using computers in kindergarten or that at age 7, they are more tech-savvy than you are.
From a Child’s View
When research-ing something new, adults are often told to “check out the kid’s section” in the library. By starting with kids’ materi-als, you can learn the terminology and basics in simple language and basic concepts. So, what other places can  you find materials to help you start learning “from a child’s view?” 

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