Note from Paloma (aka mum): If you read Wednesday’s blog Learning More About Shapes then you’ll know that W wanted to find out which shape is the strongest. We did a series of tests using the scientific method and the children have chosen to share their findings in today’s blog post. You can find other people’s videos/blogs/explanations of the tests we used here:Test 1: Testing … Continue reading Kids Corner: Which Shape is the Strongest?
It’s the third week of our seasonal home education topic and we wouldn’t be worldschoolers if we didn’t explore Christmas Around the World! Continue reading Christmas 2020: Christmas Around the World
You’re probably asking yourself “Are there really 20 reasons to home educate?” and my answer to you is no, there are more! Home Education was on my radar since I was a teen, I was determined to home educate my future children. Unfortunately, life didn’t turn out as I expected. Being a single parent I felt forced to put W into primary school which was … Continue reading 20 reasons to home educate your kids (and 5 reasons not to)
Black History Month for us, is not just about celebrating and learning about Black History. It is also about how the lessons learned from Black History can help shape the future of the black community. Here are my top three for the week: Then, Now, Next The Black Lives Matter Global Network is a chapter-based, member-led organization whose mission is to build local power and … Continue reading Black History Month: Week 5 – The Future
Struggling with ideas for black history month? Here are some fun activities you can do with 4-7 year olds while also learning about prominent figures in black history. Continue reading Black History Month: Week 1 Activities