Homeschool Help: How to Teach Kids About a Lunar Eclipse

I've been 'silent' here for the past few days because I got sick, we were busy celebrating my mom's birthday, and then Anne's cough got worse, which meant 'unlilatch' time for the both of us! Anyway, I'm writing this quick post to share with you some activities I've listed down in an attempt to prepare … Continue reading Homeschool Help: How to Teach Kids About a Lunar Eclipse

Homeschool Log for October 3, 2014: Of Being Sick and Keeping Your Promises to Your Kids

I know I ended yesterday's post by saying that I was going to prepare the kids' things for our bird-watching activity with the ROCKERS in honor of today, the Feast Day of Saint Francis of Assisi, but sadly, we weren't able to join them at the last minute. I started feeling unwell and Anthony didn't want to leave me alone with … Continue reading Homeschool Log for October 3, 2014: Of Being Sick and Keeping Your Promises to Your Kids

Homeschool Log for October 2, 2014: On homeschool routines and “slow,” unhurried learning (and slow blogging!)

*This post contains affiliate links. If you choose to purchase any of the books I’ve listed here via the links posted here, you will be blessing our family’s homeschool funds, at no additional cost to you!  Thanks in advance and God bless you! ******* True story: Yesterday was a day full of challenges (and failures!) for … Continue reading Homeschool Log for October 2, 2014: On homeschool routines and “slow,” unhurried learning (and slow blogging!)

Re-starting Another Homeschool Year + Homeschool Log for September 29, 2014

*This post contains affiliate links. If you choose to purchase any of the books I've listed here via the links posted here, you will be blessing our family's homeschool funds, at no additional cost to you! 🙂 Thanks in advance and God bless you! ******* 2 weeks ago, I announced on Facebook that we are … Continue reading Re-starting Another Homeschool Year + Homeschool Log for September 29, 2014

A Prayer for the Homeschooling Conference

It's the first day of September and the Homeschooling Conference 2014 is just days away! I'm not officially part of the Organizing Team but I've been helping my friends from Manila Workshops and The Learning Basket promote the conference and get sponsors, too. We are all super excited for Saturday! (Will we see you there?) In … Continue reading A Prayer for the Homeschooling Conference

Thoughts on Homeschooling & An Invitation to the Educating for Life Homeschooling Conference! {Plus a Giveaway, Of Course!}

Whenever people email me or send me Facebook messages inquiring about homeschooling, I always give them a 'disclaimer' first before replying to their queries — I am not an 'expert' on homeschooling, nor do I claim to be one, even if we have appeared on TV before to talk about homeschooling. 😉 Even if I consider … Continue reading Thoughts on Homeschooling & An Invitation to the Educating for Life Homeschooling Conference! {Plus a Giveaway, Of Course!}

Homeschooling in the Philippines: Where to enroll your child locally

This post is the sixth of 7 posts that I’ll be writing this week, as my response to Jen @ Conversion Diary’s 2nd Epic Blogging Challenge. To God be all the glory!  {Off topic: As I write this, my grandfather is getting weaker and weaker by the minute. He was recently diagnosed with lung cancer so … Continue reading Homeschooling in the Philippines: Where to enroll your child locally

Homeschooling in the Philippines: Where to Get Support

This post is the fourth of 7 posts that I’ll be writing this week, as my response to Jen @ Conversion Diary’s 2nd Epic Blogging Challenge. To God be all the glory!  Most homeschoolers would probably agree with me when I say that homeschooling is less stressful and challenging when you know that you're not alone. … Continue reading Homeschooling in the Philippines: Where to Get Support

Independent Homeschoolers in the Philippines

This post is an EXTRA post — a 'bonus' one, you could say — and is part of the series of posts that I’ll be writing this week, as my response to Jen @ Conversion Diary’s 2nd Epic Blogging Challenge. To God be all the glory!  Before you proceed, please take note that this is not … Continue reading Independent Homeschoolers in the Philippines

The Week and Day That Was: Of ‘Rekindling’ Love, Heart-Breaking Protests and Raising Independent, Money Smart Learners

This post is the second of 7 posts that I’ll be writing this week, as my response to Jen @ Conversion Diary’s 2nd Epic Blogging Challenge. To God be all the glory!  {Note: This post contains affiliate links. Any purchases you make through these links will bless my family and go to our 'homeschool fund.' Thank … Continue reading The Week and Day That Was: Of ‘Rekindling’ Love, Heart-Breaking Protests and Raising Independent, Money Smart Learners