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MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education It is indeed true that for some students access to classroom learning isn’t quite possible. This could be due to several reasons among which the most dominating one is lack of financial support. Now the question is if classroom learning isn’t universal for majority of students, how […]

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How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family

How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family

How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family The greatest happiness anyone can experience is having a family. Spending time with the family is necessary , healthy and good for you, yet with the everyday jobs you need to accomplish, your time seems to be taken second by second and hour […]

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The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories During the 1950s, 60s and 70s it would not be unusual for children and their parents to sit around the radio and listen to a classic story, documentary or insightful news item. Television was mainly a black and white, low quality picture with less than two channels […]

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How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude Academic and cognitive skills in students can be fostered through a number of conventional means. Likewise, assessing such skills is also quite easy through some systematic assessment tests. However, developing the social attitude of students is relatively difficult. Yet, one cannot deny the fact that […]

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Throwing A Princess Party for Your Little Princess

Throwing A Princess Party for Your Little Princess

A Princess Party for Your Little Princess Homeschooling lents itself to spending time with your family and loved ones, and one of the many things you can do together is “Throw a Princes Part”, You can wrap it up as part of your child’s education since it involves preparation  planning, timing organising, and finally the reward. It’s a great way […]

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The Waldorf Homeschooling Method

The Waldorf Homeschooling Method

The Waldorf Homeschooling Method The Waldorf Homeschooling method has been developed from the work of Rudolf Steiner. This method lays emphasis on educating the child as whole. The mind, body and soul which embody a child persona are given equal importance in this type of training. In the beginning the children are trained in various […]

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The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories During the 1950s, 60s and 70s it would not be unusual for children and their parents to sit around the radio and listen to a classic story, documentary or insightful news item. Television was mainly a black and white, low quality picture with less than two channels […]

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How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude Academic and cognitive skills in students can be fostered through a number of conventional means. Likewise, assessing such skills is also quite easy through some systematic assessment tests. However, developing the social attitude of students is relatively difficult. Yet, one cannot deny the fact that […]

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The Importance of Sleep in both Children and Adults

The Importance of Sleep in both Children and Adults

Sleep is an essential part of our lives. The study of sleep is a recent thing, perhaps only going back as little as the last 50 years. The interest in sleep may have only dawned upon our society because of endless sleep deprivation experiments or because of the high occurrence of sleep related illness or […]

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Comments about Financial Training for Children by Gregory Bunyard

Comments about Financial Training for Children by Gregory Bunyard

Comments about Financial Training for Children: An article by Gregory Bunyard the Founder and co-author of the ‘Ka-Ching! Business Parenting Course’ Dear concerned parent You don’t just wake up one day and your flabby gut has disappeared and you are suddenly a champion batsman. I wish! I won’t tell you what it takes to become a […]

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Jump Rope Songs

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education It is indeed true that for some students access to classroom learning isn’t quite possible. This could be due to several reasons among which the most dominating one is lack of financial support. Now the question is if classroom learning isn’t universal for majority of students, how […]

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The Waldorf Homeschooling Method

The Waldorf Homeschooling Method

The Waldorf Homeschooling Method The Waldorf Homeschooling method has been developed from the work of Rudolf Steiner. This method lays emphasis on educating the child as whole. The mind, body and soul which embody a child persona are given equal importance in this type of training. In the beginning the children are trained in various […]

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How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family

How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family

How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family The greatest happiness anyone can experience is having a family. Spending time with the family is necessary , healthy and good for you, yet with the everyday jobs you need to accomplish, your time seems to be taken second by second and hour […]

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The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories During the 1950s, 60s and 70s it would not be unusual for children and their parents to sit around the radio and listen to a classic story, documentary or insightful news item. Television was mainly a black and white, low quality picture with less than two channels […]

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How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude Academic and cognitive skills in students can be fostered through a number of conventional means. Likewise, assessing such skills is also quite easy through some systematic assessment tests. However, developing the social attitude of students is relatively difficult. Yet, one cannot deny the fact that […]

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Throwing A Princess Party for Your Little Princess

Throwing A Princess Party for Your Little Princess

A Princess Party for Your Little Princess Homeschooling lents itself to spending time with your family and loved ones, and one of the many things you can do together is “Throw a Princes Part”, You can wrap it up as part of your child’s education since it involves preparation  planning, timing organising, and finally the reward. It’s a great way […]

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How to Make a Wooden Billy Cart – Model No 3.

How to Make a Wooden Billy Cart – Model No 3.

How to Make a Go-Kart (Billy Cart) – Model No 3. “The Wooden Billy Cart” Do you remember when you were a kid hanging out with your friends and y’all decided that you want to build a go-cart? Building a go-cart is fun and can be easy for you to do. Ask your Dad or […]

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How to make a Go Kart

How to make a Go Kart

How to make a Go-Cart I have had a surprising amount of interest in how to make a go cart, These instructions are being rewritten and should be available shortly. I thought I would provide brief instructions on how to make a go-cart, since my kids had a load of fun with theirs which grand-pa […]

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Jump Rope Songs and Skipping Rope Rhymes

Jump Rope Songs and Skipping Rope Rhymes

Jump Rope Songs and Rhymes Possibly one of the lager collections of jump rope rhymes on the web. I am in the process of reorganising this page to make it easier to find old songs, learn new ones and print out the collection. ** Do you have an unknown Rhyme to contribute? Please feel free to […]

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Car Activities – Schooling while traveling.

Car Activities – Schooling while traveling.

Car Schooling and Travel Games This article was originally on the forum at homeschool.co.uk and written in Wed Sep 11, 2002 4:58 pm Post subject: Car Activities – Schooling while traveling. I posted the following question on the Duet6v7 list. “We seem to spend a fair amount of time in the car, any suggestions, actives […]

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MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education

| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

MOOCs – The Future, Game-Changer of Conventional Education It is indeed true that for some students access to classroom learning isn’t quite possible. This could be due to several reasons among which the most dominating one is lack of financial support. Now the question is if classroom learning isn’t universal for majority of students, how […]

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The Waldorf Homeschooling Method

The Waldorf Homeschooling Method

| July 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Waldorf Homeschooling Method The Waldorf Homeschooling method has been developed from the work of Rudolf Steiner. This method lays emphasis on educating the child as whole. The mind, body and soul which embody a child persona are given equal importance in this type of training. In the beginning the children are trained in various […]

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How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family

How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family

| July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

How and Where to Find and Make Quality Time with your Family The greatest happiness anyone can experience is having a family. Spending time with the family is necessary , healthy and good for you, yet with the everyday jobs you need to accomplish, your time seems to be taken second by second and hour […]

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The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories

| July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Return of the Age of Radio Stories During the 1950s, 60s and 70s it would not be unusual for children and their parents to sit around the radio and listen to a classic story, documentary or insightful news item. Television was mainly a black and white, low quality picture with less than two channels […]

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How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude

| July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

How to Foster Students to a Develop Positive Social Attitude Academic and cognitive skills in students can be fostered through a number of conventional means. Likewise, assessing such skills is also quite easy through some systematic assessment tests. However, developing the social attitude of students is relatively difficult. Yet, one cannot deny the fact that […]

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Throwing A Princess Party for Your Little Princess

Throwing A Princess Party for Your Little Princess

| July 10, 2013 | 2 Comments

A Princess Party for Your Little Princess Homeschooling lents itself to spending time with your family and loved ones, and one of the many things you can do together is “Throw a Princes Part”, You can wrap it up as part of your child’s education since it involves preparation  planning, timing organising, and finally the reward. It’s a great way […]

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Independent Education, the next best thing to Education at Home

Independent Education, the next best thing to Education at Home

| July 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Independent Education, the next best thing to Education at Home There are times in our lives when life gets in the way, when homeschooling is simply not practical or potential homeschoolers need time to make adjustments, its during these times that parents concerned about their children’s education seek out independent education as the next best,a […]

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The Man, Michael Farris

The Man, Michael Farris

| June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Man, Michael Farris Constitutional lawyer and the man who founded the Home School Legal Defence Association, Michael Farris, is a chancellor at the Patrick Henry College and promotes the institution as a Christian base for training with a method to impact “for Christ and liberty.” Farris opened the college in 2000, when he was […]

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The Importance of Music in Education

The Importance of Music in Education

| June 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Importance of Music in Education Why is music important in education? This might be the question that keeps on bothering you right now. Well, you have to know that music plays a very significant role in the overall development process of your child. This process involves 3 life aspects such as intellectually, emotionally and […]

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How to Jump When Using a Skipping Rope

How to Jump When Using a Skipping Rope

| June 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Using a skipping rope will evoke memories in all of us back to the days when girls at school would regularly skip at break times, sometimes alone, other times in teams with one long skipping rope being held by two girls at each end. But before you think skipping is just for girls, think again. […]

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Web Site Journal – News, Updates and Improvements

Web Site Journal – News, Updates and Improvements

| June 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

News and Updates for Homeschool.co.uk Homeschool.co.uk has been active since 1999, during this time it has and numerous updates and enhancements. This page describes changes, updates or additions to the homeschool web site in reverse chronological order.  A “frozen” archive Homeschool.co.uk prior to 2012 is available here –> http://archive.homeschool.co.uk  25 July 2014 – Changes Permalink changes […]

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The Importance of Sleep in both Children and Adults

The Importance of Sleep in both Children and Adults

| June 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Sleep is an essential part of our lives. The study of sleep is a recent thing, perhaps only going back as little as the last 50 years. The interest in sleep may have only dawned upon our society because of endless sleep deprivation experiments or because of the high occurrence of sleep related illness or […]

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