Homeschool Chat with Gentle Art of Learning

” Traditional education focuses on teaching, not learning. It incorrectly assumes that for every ounce of teaching there is an ounce of learning by those who are taught. However, most of what we learn before, during, and after attending schools is learned without being taught to us…. Most of what is taught in classroom settingsContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Gentle Art of Learning”

Homeschool Chat with Little Homeschool on Prairie

” As teachers, parents and caregivers, we become not scientists with microscope and laboratory, but naturalists, who observe life and nature within its element- plain air (outdoors)-like the modern day ethnographer observing children in real life to see how and why they learn as they do.” Jack Beckman Today’s homeschool chat is with Tasha ,Continue reading “Homeschool Chat with Little Homeschool on Prairie”

Homeschool Chat with Ink and Blossom Homeschool

” Our children are children for such a small season of life. Let their laughter ring out, their imaginations soar, their feet stomp in puddles, their hands clap for joy. Too soon they will grow up and out of their youthful exuberance and zest and settle into the life and routine of adulthood”. L.R.Knost Today’sContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Ink and Blossom Homeschool”

Homeschool Chat with Breanna Rein

“Children, even when very young, have the capacity for inventive thought and decisive action. They have worthwhile ideas. They make perceptive connections. They’re individuals from the start: a unique bundle of interests, talents, and preferences. They have something to contribute. They want to be a part of things. It’s up to us to give themContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Breanna Rein”

10 Tips on How To Have a Successful Read Aloud Time

As a busy mother, I often find it difficult to connect with each of my children in a way that will stand the test of time. You may probably think that by homeducating my children, and spending so many hours a day with them, connection will be the least of my problems. But the realityContinue reading “10 Tips on How To Have a Successful Read Aloud Time”

Arabic “Write and Wipe” Flaschcard Kits from WordUnited- Review

One of the foreign languages that we as a family have been learning for a few years is Arabic, due to its connections to our faith. I have personally found Arabic quite difficult to learn in comparison to English, German and Spanish. I used to take Arabic lessons on my own with a private tuitorContinue reading “Arabic “Write and Wipe” Flaschcard Kits from WordUnited- Review”

Homeschool Chat with Esther Lewis

“Let your children be children. Let your teens struggle to emerge . Let yourself off the hook . You do not own the world a model family. You don’t have to get it right. Neither do your kids. Everyone gets better at growing up over time- including you ,the parent. Be the one who standsContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Esther Lewis”

Homeschool Chat with Iman Blogs

“Connect to your children. The academics matter, but they follow. Your children’s happiness and safe, supportive relationship with you come first. Believe it or not, your children are happiest when they believe you are delighted by them.” Julie Bogart, The Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and Life Today’s homeschool chat brings you theContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Iman Blogs”

Calmer , Easier, Happier Books by Noel Janis -Norton – Book Reviews

One of my favourite parenting authors from last year was Noel Janis-Norton. She is a learning and behaviour specialist with over 45 years’ experience in Britain and United States as a head teacher, special needs advisor, consultant, lecturer, parenting coach , speaker and of course author too , helping parents and teachers learn effective  techniques Continue reading “Calmer , Easier, Happier Books by Noel Janis -Norton – Book Reviews”

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