Someone posted a link to this article about the most important things to know about homeschooling on a local list and I have to admit that it really rubbed me the wrong way. It’s perhaps a telling sign of how far I’ve moved away from some of my idealistic, unschool-influenced roots, but the rah rah […] https://farrarwilliams.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/the-realistic-ten-most-important-things-to-know-about-homeschooling/ Advertisements Continue reading The Realistic Ten Most Important Things to Know About Homeschooling (reblogged)
Toddlers and pre-schoolers can learn about the four elements in nature by engaging in some fun activities that are easy to put together. Also referred to as the four states of matter, the Greeks believed that these four elements made up all matter. You can help children explore and experience these elements with simple and […] https://bestpreschoolgames.wordpress.com/2015/07/14/the-four-elements-learn-with-fun-activities/ Continue reading The Four Elements – Learn with Fun Activities (reblogged)
Its the nearest zoo to us. It’s not bad at all! Let’s go! Continue reading Malabon Zoo
Love this article! Im inspired to make nature a subject for my preschooler! Thank you! 10 Easy Nature Activities for Kids Continue reading 10 Easy Nature Activities with Kids
Have you ever found yourself in a toilet outside with no soap? Yup, all the time! I bring soap. Here’s why I’m doing this: 1. Im a mom. It always gets messy when you’re out with the kids. 2. Toilet needs of kids strike anytime and anywhere. Aside from the soap I made, the soap base I have can be made into a travel-friendly … Continue reading What?! No soap?! Soap on the go.
In the interview, Kal-el was assessed to have a high capacity to learn English. So our first English tutorial under Galileo began July 2015, Kal-el starting at the age of 2.7 years old. July 1 – Kal-el begins school and does well for 15mins. July 2 – Kid does a worksheet on letter A. We were given worksheets as homework. Possibly not only to … Continue reading Kal-el goes to Galileo
Try this easy soap-making at home! I visited a new personal care supplies store in QC, and got a soap base that’s missing only a Shape, Fragrance, and Color. So I bought a soap mold, too, because I would make my family’s soap today. Materials needed: 1kg Soapbase (melt and pour type)* Soap Mold* Knife (to cut above soapbase into chunks- the smaller, the sooner … Continue reading Soap-making to Painting DIY
No fishes were tortured in this activity. Materials needed: Fish cutouts Paper clips (clip one on each fish) Popsicle Stick as fishing rod Thread as fishing line (attach to one end of the popsicle stick) Magnet as bait (detach one from your ref magnets, haha.. Tape it to the thread) Bucket for your “caught” fishes Continue reading Fishing Game DIY