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October 2017

10 Good Reasons to Home Educate; Why You Should Homeschool

Education is one of the most important things you can give a child. In the UK, a full-time education, for compulsory school age children, is a statutory duty. Section 7 of the Education Act 1996 states that this must be,… Continue Reading →

10 Good Reasons to Choose School; Why Schools Work

Education is so important. The provision of an efficient and effective full-time education is actually a statutory duty to British parents.¬†Section 7 of the Education Act 1996 states that this must be, “either by regular attendance at school or otherwise.”… Continue Reading →

Inspirational Homeschool Quotes; 14 Excerpts for Home Educators

Read this collection of inspirational homeschool quotes. When you’re having doubts and need a confidence boost, or if you’re just considering embarking on a home education lifestyle, these quotes may help. Inspirational Homeschool Quotes; A-M “Self-education is, I firmly believe,… Continue Reading →

Teachers Pay Teachers; TpT Sales Guide for Educators

If you’re a teacher, a homeschooler, or a tutor, you may well be familiar with Teachers Pay Teachers already. It’s a great teaching resource site, stuffed with freebies, and an excellent place to source ad-hoc mini topic resources or specialist… Continue Reading →

Spider Webs; Easy Twig Cobwebs & Themed Resources Round Up

Spiders are fascinating insects, most widely known for their¬†ability to produce silk from their spinneret glands and create beautiful webs. In fact, spiders are classified by the type of webs they weave: spiral orb webs, tangle webs, funnel webs, tubular… Continue Reading →

Liebster Award; Brief History & Award Nominations

Thank you very much to Kelsee B Hankins for nominating me for the Liebster Award, on October 23, 2017. Kelsee is an American blogger of many talents; she’s also a singer, actor, teacher, and content writer! She loves iced coffee,… Continue Reading →

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