Home Education Put Another Way

I’m sure that if you asked any home educating family, they would probably tell you that one of the most common questions that they are asked the most is “why did you decide to home educate?”
I don’t know about you, but in the beginning I always found it an awkward question to answer!

Work It, Let Me Work It, Home Ed, Flip & Reverse It…..

When I first started out with my home education social media channels and blogging about our journey on my website, I was initially covering the things that we had experienced on our own journey along with sharing different learning resources and the hands on activities that we enjoyed.
But it soon became really obvious to me that this was only half of the picture that people wanted to see……..

How Much Time is “Enough”?

In the world of home education, one burning question is often asked in forums and discussions: How much time should you spend teaching your children each day? It’s a query that resonates with those considering home education or homeschooling and those newly embarking on thier own journey. The Time Dilemma: The concept of time spent […]

Home Education- Truth Bombs

Whilst home education is extremely rewarding, like anything, it can come with its fair share of challenges. In my opinion, not only is it important to give a true picture of what it’s really like in order for others to make an informed choice on whether home education could be right for their family, I think it’s just as important for those who are starting out on their own journey to get a true feel of how learning can look for others.

Myth Busting Home Education – Part 1

Weird & Wonderful!

When I think back to when we very first decided to home educate our children, We had various comments and reactions ranging from extremely supportive to down right rude!

In this article, I want to address one of the most common misconceptions surrounding home education. Not only is this particular myth absolute nonsense but it is also a negative message for those who may be possibly considering home education for their family.

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