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Homeschool Chat with Amina Mohamed

Children are, by nature and from birth, very curious about the world around them, and very energetic, resourceful and competent in exploring it, finding out about it, and master it. In short, much more eager to learn, and much better at learning than most adults. ~ John Holt Welcome to another Season of Homeschool Chat seriesContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Amina Mohamed”

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Homeschool Advice Part 2

The second part of the Homeschool Chat series is over . 15 inspirational homeschooling parents from various walks of lives, religions and countries, took part in the second series. A big thank you to all of them for shedding light on what homeschooling means for them and how they do it. The interviews have beenContinue reading “Homeschool Advice Part 2”

Homeschool Chat with Faryal Mahmud

“Think less about how to shape your kids into world changers and more about how to bring a wide world to your family to shape them. Think more about how much energy your children invest in what they love and less about what they fail to do. Think more about each child’s natural aptitudes andContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Faryal Mahmud”

Homeschool Chat with Middle Way Mom

“Our aim in education is to give a full life. We owe it to them to initiate an immense number of interests. Life should be all living, and not merely a tedious passing of time; not all doing or all feeling or all thinking – the strain would be too great – but, all living;Continue reading “Homeschool Chat with Middle Way Mom”

My Top 7 Homeschool Books for 2019

This year I managed to read quite a few books related to homeschooling . I found a lot of them extremely beneficial , helpful and life changing too and I thought that it would only be fair if I shared them with you all. Because sharing is caring 🙂 So below you will find myContinue reading “My Top 7 Homeschool Books for 2019”

Homeschool chat with Bilingual Homeschooler

“Think more of home education when you are at home defending it to yourself, and defend it less to other people. You do know what you are doing. The tweaks and changes you make are validations of your vision, not invalidations of past choices. You are growing alongside your children becoming an educator as youContinue reading “Homeschool chat with Bilingual Homeschooler”

Homeschool Chat with Sabah Homeschool

“A happy house for homeschool is one where every inch is used for learning, messes are welcomed, people are more precious than furnishings, and household maintenance is a varying standard with fluctuating amounts of help, and we’re all okay with it most of the time.” ― Julie Bogart, The Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning,Continue reading “Homeschool Chat with Sabah Homeschool”

Homeschool Chat with Gardens of Arabic

“Homeschool allows   everyone to grow at the only pace they can:theirs. Homeschool allows you to be present to who they are today, rather than worrying about who school says they should have been by now. What a privilege ! ” Julie Bogart Today’s homeschool chat is with Hana, a homeschooling mama of 5, who residesContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Gardens of Arabic”

Homeschool Chat with Three Rivers Homestead

“Don’t put off your own learning. Your passion for what you want to know is the fuel of your homeschool. It’s not just a model (like you don’t do it to “demonstrate”passion). You do it because you are interested. You live it because you need it to thrive! Which is what you hope happens toContinue reading “Homeschool Chat with Three Rivers Homestead”

Homeschool Chat with Umm Affan

” The children should have the joy of living in far off lands, in other persons, in other times-a delightful, double existence; and this joy they will find, for the most part, in their story-books. ” Charlotte Mason Today’s homeschool chat brings you Umm Affan , who is an Australian homeschooling mother of 2 .Continue reading “Homeschool Chat with Umm Affan”