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DK’s Children Encyclopedia – A Review
As a home educator finding great resources is invaluable, so when we were offered the chance to review DK’s new Children’s Encyclopedia it [...]
A day in our life, Autism and Home Education
I’ve not done a “day in our life” post for quite some time. I thought some of you might enjoy reading about our day today, autism and [...]
What is learning?
What is learning? This is question that I have been thinking about a bit recently. R said to me, “I dont think I do any learning, should I go to [...]
Following our interests, A visit to Sealife Weymouth
The way we home educate mostly involves us following the children’s interests. For E most of those interests revolve around fierce animals. [...]
Snazaroo Weekend Box – A Review
One things my kids have always loved is a good face painting session, whether at home or at fetes and parties. So when we were offered the chance to review [...]
Medieval Jousting at Old Sarum
Yesterday we met up with some friends at Old Sarum in Salisbury for a medieval jousting event. Unlike most British bank holidays the weather was fantastic, [...]
The best pet ever – a Zhu Zhu review
When my child is presented with a new battery operated toy, I tend to grumble inwardly. Eurgh, not more noisy, irritating toys that won’t turn off [...]
Camp Bestival and the good ol’ British summer!
This summer we were really fortunate to win tickets for the six of us to go to Camp Bestival for the whole weekend, thanks to New Young Mum blog. The [...]
Been very busy
Apologies for being a little quiet on here, we’ve been quite busy. Throughout June we partook in the Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild. You may have been [...]
Do you imagine Autism?
My son is disabled. When you hear those words your mind automatically conjures up an image of what that disability might look like. You may imagine a child [...]