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Category Archives: Homeschooling

Hey go write a blog post you’ve had a year

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You know what? A years worth of thoughts is hard to get down on the page, or screen or what ever we call it nowadays Continue reading

Homeschool excursion following in Abraham Soloman’s train carriages.

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Following the train artwork of Abraham Solomon Continue reading

Parramasala

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The kids explore the South East Asian festival Parramasa Continue reading

What I meant to write about the Olympics but didn't because I was sick.

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The kids truly surprised me by showing such a great interest in watching the events, having to be dragged away from the TV at night and wanting it on as soon as they woke to see what had happened while they slept. Continue reading

Exploring India: Yoga

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We have moved to Asia in our travelling around the globe studies. We are starting with India because it matches up nicely with the chapter that we are up to in our history book Continue reading

Book Week 2012

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Dress ups are a welcomed thrill around here so when Book Week turns up every year, home schoolers or not, we are going to that character parade Continue reading

kids do/are…

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We’ve been creating a few mind maps lately. I think the last one I set up asked them to think about Olympic medals. I walked back into the school room after lunch yesterday to find they had made their own Continue reading

This Summer the Rain Came down.

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For the last gazillion years life in Australia has been all about water restrictions, this year the rain came down. Continue reading

Africa so far

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To get into the African groove I decided, before we got into any serious learning per se, to YouTube Africa Dance. Continue reading

Home-schooling a science theme through the ages

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I lead a preschool group at our church called Junior Jivers. It was a big decision for me to take it on, bearing in mind I have four children tagging along with me wherever I go. Four children for whom I bare the sole blame if they grow up to be uneducated heathens. Continue reading

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