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Ronald the Rhino; Interactive AR Picture Book Review

Ronald the Rhino is the very first printed book from the Twinkl Originals series for the new Twinkl Book Club. It’s a completely original and beautifully illustrated story, with a ton of supportive teaching resources, and it features stunning AR… Continue Reading →

Veemcdee Packs by Post; Creative Play for Kids

In the words of Pablo Picasso: “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” Children know how to play; they are born with the instinct to explore and enjoy the world… Continue Reading →

Small Space Homeschooling; Tips for the Compact Lifestyle

Small space homes are as suited to homeschooling as large homes. There are so many different ways to home educate, and they don’t all involve having a dedicated schoolroom or study area. Opt to go structured or unschool. Follow a… Continue Reading →

Homeschool Novels for Kids

How many homeschool novels have you and your children read? 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… Continue Reading →

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┬ábut┬ásolely… Continue Reading →

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