Category Archives: Homeschooling

Key Stage 3 Collins History Books

I wrote last year about the¬†two Collins Key Stage 3 History books that my daughter bought after spotting them in a local bookstore. We started using the first one as her main History book but I kept feeling like I … Continue reading

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2020 Calendar

After a bit of an unscheduled break over the past month I am trying to catch up on some planning so I thought I would share the link for my Calendar pages that I print out and keep on my … Continue reading

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My Top 2019 Finds

For the past 2 years I have written a Top 5 finds of the Year post and everyone seems to really like reading those posts so I thought I would continue. This is NOT a sponsored post, some of the … Continue reading

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Christmas Maths Mystery pages from Twinkl

We enjoy doing seasonal activities and we don’t just stick to crafts, a bit of holiday Maths always goes down well – both of mine far prefer the idea of Christmas Maths to normal maths. We have tried a few … Continue reading

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Book Presents

I love giving books as Christmas presents so sticking with my tradition I have already found a few which are going to be under the Christmas tree this year. We are going through a bit of an Art Phase at … Continue reading

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Rocks and Soil Topic Pack

We have been looking at Rivers and Erosion quite a bit over the last few weeks but one of the starting points for this topic was been having an understanding about rocks, the different types of rocks and how the … Continue reading

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Mom, you're stimming

This past week has been frustrating, people treating the kids like their needs are irrelevant and not considering our home education to be as important as traditional school. And when I get frustrated I tend to stim more than normal. … Continue reading

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