One of the first decisions we had to make when we removed our kids from school and started home educating was choosing a phonics program. My 6-year-old is a proficient reader (for his age), but my younger 5-year-old was still learning to read at Reception class, and my youngest 4 year-old in Nursery had yet … More Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons Review – We finished it!
In the fear of the Lord one has strong confidence, and his children will have a refuge. Proverbs 14:26 (ESV) My text today in my Bible reading plan included the above verse from Proverbs 14:26. As soon as I read it, I stopped there for a few minutes to soak it in. It was … More Giving my Children a Refuge
Last week, I was delighted to host a Classical Conversations “Taster” session at my home in South-West London. I also had the pleasure of meeting Meina (in real life as opposed to FB!) who kindly offered to be our tutor for the day. The session lasted from 10:30 – 2 p.m, and we had another … More Classical Conversations Community Day “Taster” session
In a previous post, I wrote about how elements of our family worship formed our first homeschool routine. Later on, we added poetry, a bit of nature study, a devotional and then Art to this structure. I’ve been told not to write your homeschool routine in stone because you will inevitably keep changing it! And … More Homeschool Routine, Part 2