Tag Archives: science

Day in the Life

I recently started reading the blog Nurtured By Love by a Canadian unschooler and Suzuki teacher. She started blogging before 2000 and blogs pretty regularly so I have been reading through from the start like a novel, and I’ve really … Continue reading

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Kitchen science

Today was a good day. I teach a primary science class on Friday mornings, involving two of my children plus other homeschooling children. The theme for this term is ‘The Material World’ and we made bread rolls, fairy cakes, crystals … Continue reading

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Resources Part 2. Science and Technology, HSiE, PDHPE and individual projects

Science and Technology Everyone: Open University textbooks for the S103 Introducing Science course. These are left over from when I used to teach for the Open University. (The course has been superseded by S104 Exploring Science.) I don’t necessarily get … Continue reading

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Rough schedule for Term 1 2014

Our homeschooling has been very up and down so far this year, and I committed to too much this term. I will scale back next term. However, for those who are interested, this is what our week looks like at the moment: Mondays … Continue reading

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Designing computer games, being in film shoots, cooking feasts and much more

Wow, we are well into 2014 and I realise I have not posted anything on this blog for ages. It’s partly because we moved out of our apartment. I’ve written a bit about that on my scimum blog. The end … Continue reading

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Assessment of Term 3

Term 3 was tough. The new Board of Studies information pack and guidelines for APs came out last term, and even if that doesn’t affect me directly, yet, it took an emotional toll because I spent a long time worrying … Continue reading

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