Category: HOMESCHOOLING

Learning through games

Over the years of home-educating my five children, I’ve always looked for fun ways to teach and reinforce concepts. Children are much more receptive to learning when they are having...

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Fun Autumn Crafts for Kids

Autumn has fully arrived, and with the girls all back to Uni/College it’s just me and the boys at home most days. We’re finding a new home educating groove, changing...

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Another year of home ed plans

I’ve had a few messages recently asking about what home ed looks like for us, what ‘lessons’ we do etc, so I thought I’d do a little update on where...

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Watching them fly the nest

We spend the formative years of our children lives encouraging them to be independent, teaching them to be strong, self-reliant, dream big and set goals…. The downside to this is...

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Fun at home ed camp

Finally sharing this here, for no reason other than I’m trying to get back into sharing more on my blog! I’ve been terrible for a long time at sharing bits...

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How To Make Learning Engaging For All Types of Learners      

Have you ever tried to teach your kid a new skill, only to have them completely zone out the first time you try? This happens with adults who are learning...

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Home educating in a pandemic

While many schoolchildren have finally gone back to school this week, many are still at home being ‘home schooled’. I’ve seen so many comments on my Social Media over the...

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Review || Brilliant Brainz Magazine

With three homeschooled kiddos in the house, I like to surround them with the resources tehy need to facilitate their own learning. While we’re not ‘unschoolers’, we don’t do a...

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Not Back to School

It’s September, and we’re celebrating another year of ‘Not Back to School’. We’ve gotten back into our homeschool¬†rhythm this week, it actually felt good to get back to some kind...

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Review || Mrs Wordsmith

As a home educating Mama, I am always looking for fun new ways to incorporate learning into our lives. I’m not a fan of ‘school at home’ – workbooks aren’t...

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