Posts Tagged ‘Learning styles’

10 Things I Learned in 10 Years of Homeschooling


This year our family celebrates 10 years of homeschooling. This is not a brag. It’s more of a pinch-me-please-I-can’t-believe-it-either. Our family’s homeschooling journey has been a pivotal point in my life as a mother and as a woman. Teaching our kids at home is never easy but it is enjoyable. I have doubted myself and […] Read more…

Math Problem Still Unsolved


I had a brief meeting yesterday with the principal of our current homeschool provider. I sent her an SOS text message the other day because Coby and I had couldn’t figure out the solution to his Math problem.  She obliged by spending a few minutes of her time with me.  After her quick explanation, I […] Read more…

Homeschooling Spells P.P.L.A.N.


When Peewee and I decided to teach Coby at home in 2008, we were not that aware of the responsibility we have put upon our shoulders. First of all, the decision was not made on impulse. I researched about it, attended orientations, talked to other homeschooling families and prayed to make the right decision and God […] Read more…

When Will I Go to School?


Jianne is almost done with school. We are wrapping up her lessons in Preparatory as she would be graduating and moving on to the first grade 1 next school year. It has been her first official year of homeschooling. Official, meaning, she is enrolled her in The Master’s Academy (TMA), our homeschool provider.  When she […] Read more…

How Does Your Child Learn: The Different Learning Styles


Jonah, Katie, and Matthew learn in different ways. All three students have different learning styles. The Science teacher explains the leaf system in class. Jonah, who sits at the back of the class, enjoys Science a lot. He is too eager to learn about how leaves actually make food. The teacher uses visual aids but Jonah […] Read more…