Learning about Continents + Lesson Plan

Do you follow a curriculum for your children? I know in the US it’s much more common to ‘buy in’ a curriculum and follow that for your chosen subjects for the year. I have looked at a few, and we do dip in and out of various ones, but I…

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Making Maths Fun with PLYT

Please note that we were asked to review PLYT and were sent the game free of charge in exchange for this post   I’ve written before, and share often on my Instagram stories, that we are fans of board games in our little family. Board games take me back to…

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Tips for Setting up a Home Education Group

I wanted to share a bit more about the group that I (accidentally!) set up and some tips on setting up your own group for your local home ed community. When we started out in our Home Ed journey, we were keen that the children would develop a routine and…

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Learning about Dinosaurs

I’ve written a couple of times before about the ‘speaking and listening’ group that I initiated. It started with the WWF badges and then moved onto the RSPB badges and, as the children were enjoying it, we set a third meeting based on the theme of Dinosaurs. If I am…

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Running with A Child’s Enthusiasm

Please note this post contains affiliate links One of the things that most appealed to me when we looking into Home Education, was being able to follow with a child’s interest, when they wanted to and how they wanted to. I remember so many times in schools when we studied…

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