This pandemic has brought almost all families (if not all) to go back to basics – homeschool. Homeschooling was the norm before the industrial revolution. The only reason parents had to start sending their children to school is because women
I am truly grateful and blessed for the privilege to homeschool Jed since he was 4 years old. We’re ever so thrilled with all his accomplishments so far. Rev. Hooge and Jed as he went up the stage for the
The Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands, or HAPI, is an organization that hopes “to see home education recognised as an available and respected form of education, shaping leaders and movers who will build our nation.” Philippine Homeschool Conference,
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. If you’ve been busy like we have been on getting those presents ready under and around the tree, you are right with us with the toll it’s taking on our
As a happy homeschooling family, I cannot emphasize enough the value of knowing the dynamics of homeschooling. We’ve been happily homeschooling since 2009! It’s hard to believe that we’ve been homeschooling for 7 years now. Wow! Where has time flown?
We consider ourselves practical in how we operate in our home. Precisely why we chose to homeschool, to begin with. Aside from the times that we homeschool while traveling and our trips to the library, it pays to have the
A Visit to The Quezon Heritage House As a homeschooling family, we are always on a look out for places to go visit for our “field trip.” While it is true that we can practically learn a lot and even “go”