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Homeschoolers aren’t always at home – a homeschooling day in the life

Today, Rex has his yearly hearing test. He's moderately deaf and has been wearing hearing aids since he was two. A paediatric audiologist is only available in our regional centre, so we decide to make a day of it, as family, and a do a few things we can't do day to...

Eclectic Homeschooling | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

  Welcome to the ninth, and final, post in the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles series! Click here to view the rest of the series.     Eclectic homeschooling is the style that isn’t a style! Basically, it’s a catch-all style for people that...

A homeschooling day in the life with a catnapping baby

Bekah is an Australian mum of three children aged 8, 6, and 5 months, whom she eclectically homeschools. Here she shares how homeschooling gets done as well as possible around a grouchy baby.

5 ways to build your homeschooling confidence

It’s no good looking all calm and serene in the face of criticism if you then go home and collapse into a snivelling heap, all confidence destroyed, convinced you’re setting your children up for a lifetime of failure. Here’s how to build your homeschooling confidence...

11 Inspiring Homeschooling Quotes from John Holt

John Holt taught in schools for six years, and was an advocate for school reform. When it became apparent that reform would not happen he turned his efforts to promoting home education. He wrote prolifically, including ten books, many articles, and America’s first home education newsletter. Even though much of his work was published in the 1970s-1980s it remains relevant today, and his books are still a source of inspiration for many homeschooling parents. See some of his inspiring quotes here.

Charlotte Mason | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

The Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling aims to provide a wide-ranging education based on living resources. Find out more here!

Homeschooled Kids are Weird

  Imagine that you feel completely comfortable in yourself. You’ve never been teased. Your interests are all embraced and supported, never labelled dorky or uncool. You can wear whatever clothes you like, even your self-made recreation of a 19th-century bustle...

Math-U-See Review

Maths is important.  And like most things, as I learn more about it I realise that it’s far more important than I originally thought.  A lot of parents say to me, “Oh, my kids will just pick it up, as long as they can get through everyday life I don’t mind...

A Worldschooling Day in the Life in Athens

So what does worldschooling, or homeschooling while travelling around the world, actually look like? On this day in 2019 we'd been travelling Europe for around 7 months, so we had a fairly comfortable routine. We first arrived in Berlin, and a few weeks later went to...

All About Spelling Review – our favourite homeschool spelling curriculum

Looking for a great homeschool spelling curriculum? Make sure you check out our All About Spelling review – it’s easy, comprehensive, and has some pretty fun activities.