Imagine if you could add hours to your day. Wouldn’t that be a dream?! Busy moms everywhere have often wished for just that. Trying to fit all of the laundry, cooking, dishes, errands, and learning into one day can be challenging. Some days, it’s simply not possible. You’re going to leave something undone. Some area is going to suffer. While you can’t actually add more hours to your day, there is one way that you can accomplish more with less effort while your children receive a quality education. This beautiful dream is a reality with audio learning.
Give Your Kids A Quality Education On Autopilot
Imagine how wonderful it would be, though, if your child was learning with every activity that they did every day. Sure, kids are learning all of the time. But what if they were learning real virtues and also true stories from history without any effort or time from you? What if your kids could effortlessly learn while you went about accomplishing everything on your never-ending, ever-growing to-do list?
Audio learning can allow you to accomplish more with less effort while your children enthusiastically and eagerly learn. All in all, it is the perfect solution for busy moms who just can’t seem to fit it all in. Audio learning is also different from other types of learning. There is no teacher involvement required and no prep. There are even some simple activities that can really expand your child’s learning experience.
Accomplishing More In Less Time
Audio learning allows you to accomplish more in your day in the same amount of time. Moreover, audio learning combines several subjects that you already teach your children, making it efficient and time-saving. Your children can listen to audio dramas while:
- Doing Chores
- At Bedtime
- When Running Errands
- On Long Car Trips
- When They Draw or Color
With no supervision or input from you, your kids can get a quality education in several necessary subjects. Audio learning doesn’t just teach history. Audio learning can make your kids better writers, better readers, and better communicators.
- History – Audio dramas are a wonderful way for kids to learn all about the past. The stories of men and women of noble character provide a unique and effective approach to teaching history.
- Character Qualities – The material used in audio dramas is carefully selected to highlight the virtues and morals that you value and strive to teach in the lives of your kids. Every minute that they spend listening to an audio drama is a minute engaged in meditating on the truths of God.
- Christian Worldview – Audio learning provides your child with a solid foundation of Biblical knowledge and a conscious worldview. Teaching kids a worldview from a Biblical perspective is difficult in today’s culture. Through audio learning, you can know that your kids are learning compassion and are gaining a sense of purpose about their responsibility to society and the world.
Effortless Learning And Teaching
On the whole, kids love audio learning. It is a natural way for them to learn and they look forward to it. Not only does it require little effort on their part, as they just listen and learn, but it also demands minimal exertion on your part. You can go about your day doing those dishes and folding that laundry, and you can also enjoy some audio learning yourself. Audio learning is a great family time activity that doesn’t require setting aside extra hours. You can listen to an audio drama while you prepare a meal or when you get ready for bed at night.
Audio Learning – The Answer To A Busy Mom’s Prayers
In short, audio learning isn’t your typical learning approach. It is a high-quality, Christ-centered, literature-rich learning experience. What more could a busy mom want? God doesn’t always answer our prayers in the way that we think He is going to. If you’ve prayed that the Lord would add more time to your day, maybe audio learning really is the answer to your prayer after all.
You may also consider reading another Live The Adventure Letter article: How Audio Learning Can Improve Your Child’s Grades
What are your thoughts on audio learning and how it can help all of the busy moms out there? Let us know in the comments below.