10 tips on how to effectively homeschool - including 10 great websites/resources
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If you had a hundred home educators in a room, each of them would likely have a different approach, but there are various steps you can take to get the most out of homeschooling.
With a third national lockdown closing most UK schools, Greg Smith, Head of Operations at Oxford Home Schooling, one of the UK's leading home education providers, has given his 10 top tips on how to effectively homeschool.
With Christmas just around the corner, now is the perfect time to get crafty with your children. We are big fans of fingerprint and handprint crafts which are not only simple to make but are a treasured record of tiny hands for grandparents and other special relatives. While a few pipe cleaners and a handful of beads can be turned into a pretty Christmas tree decoration.
We can't be more excited at Parent Time to watch Becoming You, on Apple TV. It's narrated by Olivia Colman that documents and follows children from around the globe, how they grow and develop from birth to age 5.
When you hear those words spring from your little darling’s mouth, do you reach for the brushes before the words are through? Or does your heart sink with dread. Crafting with children certainly seems to split people in a way that makes politics and savoury spreads seem uniting. But if you are a naysayer, a reluctant maker, a paint-phobe, there may be ways that keep you in your comfort zone while you satisfy your child’s creative desires.
When confronted with the unpredictable world, we need people with the ability to problem-solve, to be creative, and think differently. These skills are shaped and nurtured from a very young age. No one appreciates this more than Lucy Lewin, owner of Little Angels in Uppingham. [Advertorial]
Lockdown – that thunderbolt from the blue – forcing us overnight to radically change the way we live our lives, as workers, parents, and families. Learning to work from home, home-school our kids, and having our social interactions confined to the pixels of a computer screen.