Tag Archives: educational books

Review -Understanding Maths – Number Patterns and Algebra Workbook

We are big fans of the Schofield & Sims workbooks and last year we used one of the workbooks from their Understanding Maths range (The Geometry One) and I was so impressed with it that I bought a few more … Continue reading

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Surprising Animal Colouring Books

My daughter was given some realistic animal and bird colouring books when she was younger but they never really interested her.  However I liked the look of the books so I kept them packed on our bookshelf (I hate giving … Continue reading

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My 5 Top 2018 Finds

Last Year I wrote a 5 Favourite New home-ed Items (2017) post and lots of readers really liked seeing which were my absolute favourites so I thought I would write another one for 2018.  This post is NOT sponsored – … Continue reading

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Discover Our Solar System Book

After our amazing trip to the Planetarium over the summer my son has become very interested in learning about our solar system and beyond.  He likes discovering facts about the different planets, how they move, what makes them similar and … Continue reading

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Who Owns These Bones

One of the unexpected topics that my kids are totally fascinated by are skeletons.  I must be honest I never found them that interesting but both of mine love examining different skeletons and seeing how they are similar and how … Continue reading

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Explanatorium Nature Book

Last week I was busy looking for birthday presents and I picked up this amazing book and immediately added to my shopping thinking it could be a present for my son. But when I got home and showed it to … Continue reading

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New Resources

I get ridiculously giddy with excitement when we get some new resources (yes I am not joking – lets just call it a side-effect of being a home-educating mom).  I don’t buy all of our resources upfront I tend to … Continue reading

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