Homeschooling

September Homeschooling Highlights

1. Kids have started using Wikahon to supplement their Filipino subject. For Ian, we opted to start with Wikahon Pre-A as he seems to find Wikahon-A a bit difficult. Luckily, a friend in our homeschooling community sold me a set from her big box designed for classroom (contains 5 sets). I love my homeschooling community!… Continue reading September Homeschooling Highlights

Coping with Depression, Health

How to Love and Take Care of Yourself: A Journey Towards Genuine Happiness

Don't hate yourself. You were once an ugly, shapeless mass that is now slowly developing into a masterpiece, being molded by maestro, YOU. You can't hate a work in progress. You can only admire the journey it took to be a masterpiece - the best version of you yet. Disclaimer: My advice below stems from… Continue reading How to Love and Take Care of Yourself: A Journey Towards Genuine Happiness

Geology, Homeschooling, My Creations

The Fabulos Scientist’s First Project Ever: The Rock Dig Kit

Have you ever gone to a natural history museum like the ones we have in the country, National Museum and NIGS museum? They're the best. At NIGS museum, my youngest son's favorite was the sand box! During the Geology, I also got to teach the kids how to break a rock using the sample pick.… Continue reading The Fabulos Scientist’s First Project Ever: The Rock Dig Kit

Homeschooling

How to Take Your Kids to a Science Tour for Less

My kids enjoyed looking at the real-time monitoring of the weather at PAGASA Media Center. Your 30 Philippine pesos (about 60 US cents) will go far and your kids will learn a ton! Read below to find out how. Last August 29, our homeschooling group Sulit Tipid at Pinoy Homeschooling (STPH) decided to conduct a… Continue reading How to Take Your Kids to a Science Tour for Less

Homeschooling

Ecosystem Study in UP – A Lesson Idea for Homeschooling Kids

My two kids closely studying a growth of moss on an old tree near the UP amphitheater using their magnifying glass. One of the perks of living close to the campus is the number of green space where kids can explore, play, and learn about the ecosystem. My kids have great textbooks in Science, I… Continue reading Ecosystem Study in UP – A Lesson Idea for Homeschooling Kids

Homeschooling

August Homeschooling Highlights

Because the weather this month had been erratic and kids have been showing interest on how the weather is predicted, we created this Weather Station where they identify the relative temperature, amount of rain, cloud, sun, etc. This kind of activity covers both Science and spelling. 🙂 Since August is the month our country, the… Continue reading August Homeschooling Highlights

Local Travel

Boss Reuel Staycation Suites – Our Home When in Tagaytay

Unique chandelier at Boss Reuel Staycation Suites. ❤ Tagaytay City is probably one of the most-visited spots outside of Metro Manila due to its proximity, the chilly weather, the view of Taal Lake, and sumptuous beef bulalo which is available almost everywhere in the city. Our family's fondest memories with dad also happened in Tagaytay… Continue reading Boss Reuel Staycation Suites – Our Home When in Tagaytay