The Pitfalls of Part-time Homeschooling

When I tell people I part-time homeschool my boys, I’m usually met with intrigue and surprise. In all honesty, I was unaware such a schooling arrangement existed until I moved to Saudi Arabia and began homeschooling myself. So what exactly is it? Also known as flexi schooling or part-time enrollment, part-time homeschooling usually involves yourContinue reading “The Pitfalls of Part-time Homeschooling”

Quality Time: Putting HOME back into homeschool

“The struggles of today will one day be a distant memory, but your children are only children once. Enjoy them.” Jamerill Stewart Now that we’ve had almost seven weeks of lockdown and no school, those of us who are trying to home educate are probably still trying to figure things out. You might be moreContinue reading “Quality Time: Putting HOME back into homeschool”

Raising a Reader in the Digital Age

Fun Fact: Reading for just six minutes a day reduces stress by 68 percent. I am particularly fond of this piece of information simply because I have loved reading for as long as I can remember – in fact, my earliest memory is turning the page of a supersized book at nursery when I’m sureContinue reading “Raising a Reader in the Digital Age”