Archive of ‘Homeschool’ category

Transitions

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“Your life is a story of transition. You are always leaving one chapter behind while moving on to the next.” Anonymous Last week, our family marked a transition stage of our children. Our eldest son is moving up to Senior High School. While our daughter will start her high school years in June. It was […] Read more…

What’s My Career Path?

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Our eldest child took the National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) last week. It was a 2-day exam for ninth graders to help determine their career path. At 14, Jacob has set in his heart and mind to work in the automotive industry. His fascination for cars started as a toddler and up to this day, […] Read more…

Ma-I, Filipino Manga Series

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Do your kids struggle with Filipino? If they do, why not let them read Ma-I, the Filipino Manga comic series. They will not only enjoy reading but they may learn to appreciate the Filipino language. My daughter and I discovered Ma-I last year at the Manila International Book Fair. Jianne loved the Ma-I series because […] Read more…

Mother’s Day at the Aguinaldo Shrine

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aguinaldo shrine

There were no flowers nor special treat on Mother’s day for this Mama of two. My husband asked me how I want to spend the day. Being the geek in the family, I chose to visit the Aguinaldo Shrine in Cavite. As a homeschooling family, we plan trips that will enhance the learning of the […] Read more…

Homeschooling 101

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I first heard about homeschooling back in 2007 in a Women’s Bible Study group. Two moms shared their homeschool experiences. I was so intrigued. So right after the meeting, I had to ask one of the moms more about homeschooling. She briefly shared her story and suggested that I attend a homeschool orientation. As soon as […] Read more…

War and Military Museums in Taguig

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Our family geeked out on the first week of 2017. We trooped (pun) to two war and military museums in Taguig to celebrate my husband’s birthday. Our first stop was the Philippine Veterans Museum. The museum’s inauguration in April 1998 was in time for the Philippine Independence Centennial celebration. It has a two-level circular layout that exhibits […] Read more…

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