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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 →

Social Paranoia; Who’s Watching You?

I wanted to read this book as soon as I heard about it; the eponymous Social Paranoia allegedly affects 75 percent of Brits. It’s a huge issue for almost anyone who uses social media, including parents and educators – and… Continue Reading →

Rice Cakes & Mandarins

It’s August, so that can only mean back to school prep for teachers, homeschoolers, and parents. Some people are back to school already, and others are year-round homeschoolers. Whatever your schedule looks like, I hope your plans are going wonderfully… 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 →

The Day The Crayons Quit Lesson Ideas

The Day The Crayons Quit, by¬†Drew Daywalt, is an adorable picture book for elementary or primary school¬†students. One day, Duncan receives some mysterious postcards – from his fed up crayons! The crayons are tired of being pigeonholed by their colours,… Continue Reading →

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