|We placed educational all VHS and DVDs on this rack.|
|First shelf-I recently bought these videos from a friend.|
|Second and third shelves|
|Closeup of 1st half of 2nd shelf-contains some phonics videos.|
|Closeup of 2nd half of 2nd shelf contains Civil War videos.|
|Closeup of 1st half of 3rd shelf-contains videos of literature.|
|Closeup of 2nd half of 3rd shelf-contains videos of literature.|
|Closeup of 1st half of 4th shelf-contains Biblical videos.|
|Closeup of 2nd half of 4th shelf-contains VeggieTales videos.|
|Bottom shelf contains Leap Frog and Barney videos.|
Some people cannot stomach Barney, but I found out that my youngest daughter liked him. That's why I was glad that she could learn from Barney. Even my oldest, who is now 15 years-old learned from Barney. On the same shelf, there are Leap Frog videos. I especially love the one that teaches how to bring words together.
Well, thanks for reading this entry. I hope I have provided some advice on how to use technology to teach various topics, like math and phonics in your homeschool. Even if you don't homeschool, all children can benefit from viewing these types of learning tools.
How about you, my readers? Do you teach with educational videos and DVDs? Do you fear your children will get hooked on television-viewing? I encourage you to consider using the videos. My children have learned from them and yours can, too. Also, my children are not hooked on television.
This has been an entry for the Technology Tuesdays series.