Posts Tagged ‘school at home’

Unexpectedly Homeschooling

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The covid19 brought all of us inside our homes. If you are a parent, you become your child or children’s instant teacher. Teaching fell on your lap without any warning. Your head is spinning and you don’t know what to do. By the looks of it, schools might be out until the end of the […] Read more…

Teaching Art at Home

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I thought that teaching art is for the”artists” only. But this June as was searching for an art curriculum for the kids I chanced upon “Masterpiece Art Instruction: The Phonics of Drawing” at teachartathome . One can purchase the art instruction CD or the Ebook. I opted to purchase the Ebook since I needed to […] Read more…

Human Nature Products: Best for the Body, Best for the Environment

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Green is my favorite color. And so going green has been the mission of my family probably since 2010.  We started practicing the 3R’s, reduce, reuse, recycle ever since Coby learned about in our Science lesson. He was so engrossed about the idea that he started collecting used boxes and use them as toys. He […] Read more…

When Will I Go to School?

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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…

When Coby Becomes President of the Philippines

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After learning about the Philippine government and it’s role, a significant change has happened to Coby. One of the things I noticed was how keen he was on following the rules of the land. After paying for an item at the toy store, he asked me if we already paid the taxes for the toy. […] Read more…

Old and New

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Our school year just started this week. Prior to enrollment, my husband and I were “mapping out” where our homeschooling area would be. Since our apartment now is bigger than our previous one, I feel more excited to teach the kids. I follow other homeschooling mom bloggers and got ideas from their own homeschooling set […] Read more…

Two Peas in a Pod

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My husband and I are blessed to have a boy and a girl. When I was pregnant with Coby, we prayed that it would be a boy. God blessed us with a happy baby boy. The second time we found out we were having another child, we again prayed for a girl to complete the […] Read more…

How We Won an iPad at the Philippine Homeschool Conference

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If we built a school from the ground up based on how children learn best, we’d build a HOME. – Debra Bell The Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands (HAPI) recently concluded the 4th Philippine Homeschool Conference last May 19, 2012. Throngs of homeschooling dads and moms along with prospective homeschooling families flocked the 5th […] Read more…

Finishing Strong

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As students from conventional schools are ending their school year this week and next week, Coby is just a few weeks away from completing his third grade. Hopefully, we end just before his 9th birthday, which falls on a Holy Week, again 🙂 I have already expressed in my previous blog that this year has […] Read more…