Tag Archives: Homeschooling

Homeschooling Series #4: The Glasses we Wear

Homeschooling Series #4: The Glasses we Wear
Homeschooling Series #4: The Glasses we Wear

Our guest for this week needs no introduction for South Africans… Not only is she a stay-at-home mom, teacher, speaker and marriage counselor but she is also a writer of stunning children’s books and a stunning book called “Book of romance” Now don’t freak out when you click on that link, its not porn!!! Its actually an awesome Afrikaans blog on Read the rest of this entry

Homeschooling #3: The good, the bad and the Unexplained

Homeschooling #3: The good, the bad and the Unexplained
Homeschooling #3: The good, the bad and the Unexplained

This is the third post in the Homeschooling series called The good, the bad and the Unexplained. Once again, these posts are not aimed at convincing anyone to do anything, it’s aimed at parents, asking themselves these questions, who are interested to know the opinions of other homeschooling moms on the given subject. Our guest for this Read the rest of this entry

Homeschooling #2: So what about socialization?

Homeschooling #2: So what about socialization?
Homeschooling #2: So what about socialization?

This is our second post in the series Homeschooling. These posts are not aimed at convincing anyone to do anything, it’s aimed at parents, asking themselves these questions, who are interested to know the opinions of other homeschooling moms on the given subject. Today we look at the most dreaded question to homeschoolers ever… “So Read the rest of this entry

Homeschooling #1: Should, or shouldn’t I homeschool?

Homeschooling #1: Should, or shouldn’t I homeschool?
Homeschooling #1: Should, or shouldn’t I homeschool?

This is the first post of a series of guest posts on homeschooling. The series is not intended to get you to homeschool. Its merely a series of posts that give you information about homeschooling that may help you in your decision to homeschool or not. I personally don’t know what I will be doing with my twins one day. The fact that I live far from schools make Read the rest of this entry