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Gardening Activities for Kids; Wormery and Sunflowers

The third week of our vegetable garden came and went very quietly. This was completely expected, based on past botanical experiments. First, there‚Äôs the initial excitement of planting the seeds. Next, the carefully nurtured seedlings are discovered. Then, the interest… Continue Reading →

Kids Vegetable Garden; La Segunda Semana

We are now in the second week of our kids vegetable garden. At last, the spring onions and carrots have started sprouting in our mini garden! The kids are still super enthused with the hands-on botanical fun. I’m delighted with… Continue Reading →

Interview with Chris Scott; Author, Parent & Homeschooler

The popularity of homeschooling as an education choice is by no means recent. In fact, the next generation is increasingly¬†embracing it too! People who grew up being homeschooled want to offer that same flexibility and custom education to their own… Continue Reading →

Tattles Versus Tells; How to Handle Everyday Childhood Conflicts

There is a perennial PSHE problem for teachers, homeschoolers and parents alike. It’s the persistent tattles versus tells that kids love to bring you. Whether you’re juggling a lively class of 30 or refereeing multiple siblings at home, you’ll know… Continue Reading →

Home Education Bill; Truth, Lies & Honeyed Flies

Who knows what is best for your children? Do you need a professional to inspect your parenting decisions? Lord Soley, a Labour peer in the House of Lords, thinks you do. He is backing a Home Education Bill to ensure… Continue Reading →

Transgender Day of Remembrance; Seeing the World Differently

Today, I found out from a friend that November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance. I’ve never heard of it before. Yet, I can see it’s a big deal to her and her spouse, so I wanted to learn more… Continue Reading →

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