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Homeschool Novels for Kids

There's a slew of picture books about starting school, and many more novels about older schoolchildren. However, if your kids want to feel more connected to the characters they read about, perhaps you should try some homeschool story books? Check... Continue Reading →

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Eli Ingle; Homeschooled Author

When homeschoolers grow up, it's time to think about career plans and what sort of jobs they'd like to do. For some students, it's an easy decision; for others, there's a few curves in the path. Homeschooled graduates typically follow... Continue Reading →

I Heart Teachers Pay Teachers

One of my favourite teaching resource sites is Teachers Pay Teachers. (It's the one I turn to the most, after Twinkl.) I love searching for freebies, or buying cute top-up resources. TpT is an online marketplace, a bit like eBay but solely... Continue Reading →

100 Ways to Home Educate

We are structured homeschoolers, and have a gentle rhythm to our week. I plan our resources and subjects precisely but we fit our studies around our fixed activities, which include sports, Scouts, and Spanish class. We also have regular and ad-hoc homeschool... Continue Reading →

Pagan Educational Resources

As it's recently been Hallowe'en, and we have Celtic roots, I've been reminded of the relative scarcity of Pagan resources for structured educators. (Hallowe'en is loosely associated with Samhain, and Scottish guising has more resemblance to Pagan traditions than American trick-or-treating.) While we... Continue Reading →

Socialising is not socialisation. Socialising is where you hang out with acquaintance, old or new, and have fun. Socialisation is behaviour modification. Socialise [verb, without object]: "Mix socially with others." Socialisation [noun]: "The process whereby an individual learns to adjust... Continue Reading →

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