Welcome to my review of what our Home Education journey looked like in March. As I’ve noted before, D would be reception aged and, reception (in England) sees children complete the Early Years Foundation Stage so I will group our activities under those headings.  I don’t have any real regard…

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In our pre-children days, Bank Holiday weekends were the time to catch up on jobs at home, and just enjoy some time away from work! We might head for a drive out somewhere or have a night out or, on a nice day, head for a walk up to the…

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This post contains affiliate links Following on from the success of our Coffee Morning, which was inspired by the wonderful book, Red Alert (you can read more about the coffee morning here) D and E have been even more interested in the ideas it presented and have asked about things…

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I am a big fan of construction type toys – they often offer endless possibilities for imaginative play and learning. The children have been enjoying playing with two geo mags sets that we have been sent to take a look at; one of the geomags panel sets and the second…

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We have had a real STEM month this month with our STEM fair and other things and I thought I’d already shared details of box seven from Letterbox Lab but I realised I hadn’t! We did this box at the beginning of this month and it brought with it the…

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