Bean10 has been finding Spanish a little tough recently, so I wanted to inject a bit of fun into the subject (and at the same time give him a much-needed confidence boost) by creating a day filled with entertaining ways of practising the language. It turned out to be just what they needed – here’s what we got up to. … More A Fun Day of Spanish
Last week officially marked the end of our homeschool year and for Bean10 the end of her primary education (seriously how did that happen so quickly!). Here’s how we wrapped up the term with a yearly review in three main subjects, some no-pressure mini “tests”, the creation of a summer bucket list and a celebration day! … More Wrapping up the Homeschool Year
Following on from yesterday’s post, here’s the next segment of our homeschool plans: the arts and languages. … More Overview of our Homeschool Plans 2019/20: The Arts and Languages
So ingrained in my pysche is the need to tackle and “tick off” difficult daily tasks first, before treating myself to the pleasures of the more joyful activities on my list, that it only seemed natural to home educate in this same manner. This meant beginning our days with the hardest subject: either maths or … More Kick start your Morning (Basket)!
One of my absolute favourite things about home educating is the freedom & flexibility you have. The freedom to learn what you want, when you want, how you want and even where you want. Several years ago, Bean8 asked me if she could start learning Spanish. I don’t speak Spanish myself, but I’ve always wanted … More Learning Spanish in Seville