In this day and age there are so many false news articles going around the internet. There are so many things that people click on without first reading the article thoroughly before sharing it to the world. There are even fun, satirical news sites that people don’t even know are real and they are sharing it!
It is important to teach our children, especially our teens how to spot fake news and media bias. If you are unsure of exactly how to do that, I found a great article from Not So Formulaic. She breaks down how to get your kids to think critically and really examine what they are seeing and reading before they form an opinion.
There is also a free printable to help you out, you can grab it HERE.
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!
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