Some people use morning baskets. How precious. My house is a more “morning tub” type of house. We definitely aren’t dainty or precious here, but we surely can lug around a morning tub to start our mornings off right. Check out how you can manage those morning tubs in your homeschool.
Managing your child’s morning tub time and routine has to be intentional. If you have ever had your child play with their morning tub, you would know that not setting boundaries or time and clean-up can be a struggle.
This is resource really helped me see a different side to what I do with our morning tub. The first thing that stuck out to me was that instead of changing up themes so often, provide your kids with two or three different tubs to choose from. That way, 1) They have made the decision themselves. 2) You know they will have an interest in the tub for the time you have allotted. Pretty awesome.
If you are stuck trying to find ideas for your tubs, have no fear! This resource provides you with a year-long bundle of morning tub ideas that include 120 independent literacy and math activities in 12 themes perfect for children in the age 4-6 age range.
Homz Plastic Utility Tub with Rope Handles, 17 Gallon, Cobalt Blue, Set of 2Ggbin Plastic Dish Tubs, Commercial Bus Box/Wash Basin Tote Box, 3-Pack(Grey, 13L)Tot Tutors Kids’ Primary Colors Small Storage Bins, Set of 4IRIS USA, Inc. THR-L Large Multi-Purpose Plastic Bins, Primary, 4 Pack
Learn how to manage morning tubs in your homeschool from ABCs of Literacy.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!