Earning our WWF Badges

Over the last month or two, I have seen other home educating families sharing some of the things that they have been doing to earn the WWF youth badges.  It has been on my list of things to do with the children for a while now, but we had been…

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The Curiositree : Human World Review

The Curiositree details itself as a ‘visual compendium of Wonders from Human History’ and it certainly lives up to this! It’s one of those books that you can’t help but leaf through –  it’s from Wide Eyed Editions so is the type of beauty and incredible presentation that is so…

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Early Chapter Books for Vociferous Readers

My eldest has reached that stage where he can’t help but read – every spare moment is taken up with reading, and that is not an exaggeration. He will read from the moment he wakes up to the moment he falls asleep. It makes me sad, in some ways, that…

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Our Diverse World Books

We have gathered a nice little collection of books that demonstrate the diversity of the world and the people who inhabit it so I thought I’d share our favourites in a post here. I’m keen for us to travel a little as a family when the children are a little…

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Our Summer Reading Pile

It feels like a long time since I updated on our favourite recent non-fiction reads. It’s not that we haven’t been reading, we have, and Daniel consumes and reads books endlessly – I’m thankful we have a healthy supply to keep him going. He doesn’t yet venture much into chapter…

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