I'm a big fan of the ZettelKasten/Slip-Box method, and think it is the best way to study and work with knowledge. I also have children, and my oldest is now in 3rd Grade, which is starting to pick up with the subjects the child is expected to study, and learn things about. I'm wondering if it is too early to start this child out with a simplified slip-box system (at least making the notes for themselves to keep, and write them as individual notes). And, if so, do I go fully digital (the child has a laptop on Windows), or start analog and digitize later as they grow up and let them reprocess older notes (with perhaps more details).
Has anyone tried starting such practices with children (or related practices like Getting Things Done in combination)? Any tips to help my child are greatly appreciated.
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