On my quest to learn more about the Montessori method I have just read the booklet ‘A Path for the Exploration of Any Language Leading to Writing and Reading’ by Muriel Dwyer. I would really recommend it to anyone for a short, clear and concise guide to the steps required to acquire the mechanics […]
Practice makes perfect as they say! Since I am generally too sleep deprived to come up with anything inspirational we use the daily writing tips which you can sign up for at the Bravewriter site. Each day Julie sends a daily writing tip which is not too onerous or lengthy. I continue to be surprised […]
Not something we would usually make, in fact it was a first for us all and inspired by a Geography programme! We decided to follow this recipe and it turned out surprisingly well. Everyone enjoyed it even Daddy who generally turns his nose up at anything gluten free!
Such is the logic of our home educating adventure! Exploring shadows via an idea at Art projects for kids, creating Egyptian Armlets via an idea at Time traveller kids. So where do custard tarts fit in? We watched an episode of All over the place which featured a bakery in France that created custard tarts! Hence […]
Bean has been exploring some new items on his shelves this week. He has a caterpillar and pop up toy, he is very drawn to the pop up toy and loves to take them out and put them back in and they have to be put in with the white face up – cute to […]
I treated my self to a new book over the festive period and had to share it with you. I chose A Funny Kind Of Education by Ross Mountney, I enjoy Ross’s blog so was intrigued and eager to read more about her family’s adventures in Home Educating. I ordered it via Amazon and it […]
I love the start of a New Year not least because I can indulge my stationary fettish with new calendars and diaries! I hope everyone enjoyed a happy and healthy festive season. We had a wonderful time punctuated with some jolly early starts, one too many tubs of Cadburys Heros and of course the obligatory […]