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Wyrmstooth Crown by Twinkl

It’s no secret I have two little bookworms. They love books and I have often found story-based learning activities to be big hits with both the kids. So we thought we would try one of the more complex Twinkl eBooks … Continue reading

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Going Against the Trend

We recently had a birthday and over the course of the birthday week I have had a number of insightful conversations with the birthday girl. All of which have yet once again reinforced why I am so happy that we … Continue reading

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Wrapping Up Circuits

We have never really done “official” electric circuit learning as such, instead we have two different circuit sets and the kids have both just played with them and I must admit that by just simply playing around with the sets … Continue reading

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Discovering Architecture Book Review

A little unknown fact about myself is that I actually studied Architecture for about 18 months before I switched to commerce so when we received the Discovering Architecture book I was THRILLED.  It is not a topic we have ever … Continue reading

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What about Social Skills ?

One of the questions home educators often get asked is what about social skills? Surely keeping your child out of a class fill of kids their own age will mean they lack social skills? My answer ……………….. Today after my … Continue reading

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Introducing Romeo and Juliet

I love watching how one area of interest always leads the kids onto other topics.  I honestly never know where we are going to end up.  My daughter’s interest in the Tudors meant she has been reading up on Queen … Continue reading

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Animal Skeletons

My kids LOVE learning about animals, and one of the more unusual aspects that they both find fascinating are the skeletons of the animals, particularly which sections are common and which sections are unique to different animals.  We have looked … Continue reading

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