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Free homeschooling class: learn about fossils and paint a nautilus fossil using watercolors

Hello everyone. How are you doing? This is just a short blog to promote my upcoming free art and science class - the topic this time is fossils! Who likes fossils? I totally do. One of the things I dreamed about while in college taking up my bachelor's degree in Geology was to someday go… Continue reading Free homeschooling class: learn about fossils and paint a nautilus fossil using watercolors

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Art and Science Class for Homeschoolers

Aside from the usual DepEd curriculum, homeschoolers also get taught life skills by their own parents or other parents within homeschooling communities. If there is one thing I love about being part of homeschooling groups is that most of the parents are quite helpful and willing to lend a hand to make learning more experiential.… Continue reading Art and Science Class for Homeschoolers

Coping with Depression, Geology, My Creations, My Life in Watercolor

I’ve deactivated my Facebook and it’s been absolute bliss

Hey everyone. I hope you are all doing fine. Sorry I had not been active on my blog this month as my schedule has been crazy. I also deactivated my Facebook due to post-election toxicity. I also had to remove "friends" on my friends' list due to political differences which I will not expound on… Continue reading I’ve deactivated my Facebook and it’s been absolute bliss

Homeschooling, My Life in Watercolor

My Birthday Gift to Our Readerships and Homeschooling Families

April is my birth month! To celebrate this month with our readerships and fellow homeschooling kids who have been painting with me, I am giving away free watercolor painting lesson every Sunday this month. Did I mention FREE? I did. Yes, free. All classes will be recorded and posted at our family's YouTube channel. Here's… Continue reading My Birthday Gift to Our Readerships and Homeschooling Families

Homeschooling, My Life in Watercolor, Shopping

Affordable Art Materials for Watercolor Painting and Where to Get Them in the Philippines

I once had a person comment on our family YouTube channel about how it was wrong of me to advise beginners can use cheap watercolor paints initially for practice. The person actually raised excellent points. I agreed wholeheartedly because as a watercolor newbie myself, I had a hard time transitioning from watercolor cakes to artist… Continue reading Affordable Art Materials for Watercolor Painting and Where to Get Them in the Philippines

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Ian’s Homeschooling Highlights January 2022

January definitely was one for the books. The start of the year was scary for us simply because we came back to Manila from our Bicol trip while Omicron virus was wreaking havoc in Metro Manila. We wanted to stay in Bicol where there were no reported case of COVID but we had to come… Continue reading Ian’s Homeschooling Highlights January 2022

Homeschooling, Local Travel

Live in a Nipa Hut, Learn to Surf, and Eat Fresh Farm Produce at Lola Sayong Eco-SurFarm

Lola Sayong Eco-SurFarm is a surf camp positioned along the coastline of Barangay Buenavista, Gubat, Province of Sorsogon, at the southeastern region of Luzon, Philippines. To reach the place if you're taking public transport from Metro Manila is by taking a bus going to Gubat, Sorsogon and from the bus station, one can hire a… Continue reading Live in a Nipa Hut, Learn to Surf, and Eat Fresh Farm Produce at Lola Sayong Eco-SurFarm

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Ian’s Homeschooling Highlights in November 2021

Hello, everyone! Can't believe the month is almost over! So much has happened since I last posted here and I'm still surprised that it's that time of the month again when I would write about Ian's homeschooling highlights. This month for his subject, Math, is all about learning the properties and application of Multiplication in… Continue reading Ian’s Homeschooling Highlights in November 2021

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Ian’s October 2021 Homeschooling Highlights

This post will be a short one because Ian had his first quarterly exams this month. We spent about a week reviewing his lessons from starts of this school year. He then spent 3 days finishing all exam materials as I didn't want him to do all in one day. This has been our practice… Continue reading Ian’s October 2021 Homeschooling Highlights

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Ian’s Homeschooling Highlights for July to August 2021

We started our homeschooling in July, earlier than the official date prescribed by our provider. We do this so we can have longer rest in December. One major change in our homeschooling journey is that Nereus, my eldest, wanted to go to a regular school for Junior High School so we enrolled him in a… Continue reading Ian’s Homeschooling Highlights for July to August 2021