I have been sort of homeschooling my little one for some months now. Though not yet as structured as I wanted it to be, at least we’re starting somewhere.

Recently, we got these new educational toys that will surely help our homeschool routine:

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I got the Color Popsicles from the All Saints Day party organized by ROCKERS Philippines, a homeschool group on Facebook which I am part of. Tina of Truly Rich Mom¬†organized this rockin’ party (which I have not shared on my social media sites yet!). Aria won this during the raffle (among other fun stuff from other games!).

Meanwhile, the Stickies I received from Martine aka Dainty Mom. Thanks, Martine!

T-Mato is a new and innovative product made by teachers themselves who are sensitive to the needs of every child. Something to be proud of is that these are all Filipino-made, right in the heart of the City of Smiles, Bacolod City!

I also like that they are wrapped in an eco pouch and that there are instructions for using and safekeeping in the bag.

Here’s how we’ve been using it so far:

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Aria and her wet hair look! Did homeschool right after her morning batch. Here she is matching colors.

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And eating them afterwards!

Meanwhile, here’s what she did for Stickies:

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Identifying and Reading lesson: Shapes

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Building shapes. These are made of painted popsicle sticks and velcro. Pretty clever, huh? Simple materials do make the most sense when it comes to playing and teaching!

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She asked me to make other shapes not in the cue cards as well, like this silly heart,

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And this silly house!

The possibilities are endless with these toys! I just browsed their Facebook Page and I would like to purchase some more, especially the Chinese Jackstone which I enjoyed as a kid!

Here’s to more homeschool fun for you and your kids.

~ Touringkitty

P.S. Interested? Browse their products through their Facebook Page. Just send them an email at teachermadetoys@gmail.com to order.

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