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My Top Art Teaching Hacks for Non-Artist Homeschooling Parents

While art isn't a major subject in regular school, it's a subject that my kids showed tremendous interest in since they were younger. Before I would come home from work and would see my kids' artworks taped on the ref's door. Sometimes they would wave their art on my face, proud of their work. Since… Continue reading My Top Art Teaching Hacks for Non-Artist Homeschooling Parents

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Teach HELE, Science, and Art in One Project – Soap Making

Friday is usually Art Day in our homeschooling weekly schedule. But on the first week of this year which happens to be their daddy's birthday week, we decided to do art two days earlier by painting watercolor cards for him. So instead of the usual watercolor painting for Art Day, we decided to make soaps… Continue reading Teach HELE, Science, and Art in One Project – Soap Making

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November and December 2020 Homeschooling Highlights of Ian and Nereus

Ian's Science Highlights Ian made a model of earth and it's interior, he even made a moon model to go with it. He was so serious about his task because he loves geography next to stars and galaxies. He also identified land and water forms on a geography book about Washington State, which was given… Continue reading November and December 2020 Homeschooling Highlights of Ian and Nereus

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October 2020 Homeschooling Highlights

Our October has been so busy and filled with homeschooling activities despite the sadness and boredom that hit us every now and down because of being cooped up at home a lot. Science For Science, majority of our lesson were centered on preservation of flora and fauna as well as the importance of tress and… Continue reading October 2020 Homeschooling Highlights

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September 2020 Homeschooling Highlights

Since school year started, things have been hectic at home. Aside from homeschooling, I have been painting in watercolor a lot now, my Young Living essential oil business has been taking off, and I'm also managing a publisher's social media accounts. Things this week have been slow though so I had time to write this.… Continue reading September 2020 Homeschooling Highlights

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Homeschooling Highlights for August 2020

For the month of August, majority of our homeschooling activities focused on so many things about our home country, the Philippines, this being the month of our national language - Filipino. We also did plenty of art, STEM projects (such as Mars Rover and Helicopter prototypes from NASA), data gathering for science through play, and… Continue reading Homeschooling Highlights for August 2020

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July 2020 Homeschooling Highlights

Hey, parents! How are you doing? Did you start your homeschooling lessons yet? I hope that despite the pandemic, things are a-okay with you and your family. We started early with our homeschooling, as early as 3rd week of June, because the kids have been getting bored being stuck at home. Last summer, we were… Continue reading July 2020 Homeschooling Highlights

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My Top Five Homeschooling Tips for Parents

Does homeschooling your kids seem a daunting task? Let me help you! I wrote this article to give you insights into our family's homeschooling journey. At the end of this article, I will provide you with my top five helpful tips that will make your homeschooling manageable. "Why did you homeschool? " If I were… Continue reading My Top Five Homeschooling Tips for Parents

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Top Five Reasons Why You Should Read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” to Young Children

I love reading books! My mom told me that no one taught me to love books. I just naturally did. Well, I still do. I guess growing up in the 80’s with no internet and having no interest in watching the TV, my choice for entertainment was pretty limited. I grew up reading National Geographic… Continue reading Top Five Reasons Why You Should Read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” to Young Children

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How to Use Epic App for Homeschooling Lessons

Epic App Epic is an online digital library for children age 4-12 years old that boasts of 40,000 high quality books, learning videos, quizzes and more. It is currently rated 4.7 stars by more than 50,000 users at Play Store and undoubtedly one of the most recommended app among homeschooling families. When I attended one… Continue reading How to Use Epic App for Homeschooling Lessons