Homeschooling: Support all the way! (Homeschool conference 2014 Part 3)

This is the third and final installment for my series of blogs regarding the home school conference last September 6.  I’m giving this one the title  – Support all the way! because it sums up the last two talks I’m going to write about here. If you’ve missed the first two installments and would like to read up, here are the links: Refueling the motors of the home school dad Teaching your kids to appreciate their Filipino heritage One of the challenges of writing a series of blogs is recalling that moment you’re going to blog about. So, I apologise if […]

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Homeschooling: Teaching your kids to appreciate their Filipino heritage (Homeschool conference 2014 Part 2)

This is part 2 of my series of blogs on the recently concluded Home school conference 2014. If you have not read the first part wherein I shared about the roles of fathers in home schooling their children as I have picked up from the conference, click here. This blog will focus on what I thought was one of the most important topics taken up that day: Introducing Filipino Arts, Heritage and Culture in your home school. The speaker was Jen Bellosillo who coaches home schooling families enrolled at CFA or Catholic Filipino Academy.  Jen has been home schooling her […]

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10 Things Every Homeschooling Family Should Know

I’ve recently finished 3 E-books on homeschooling. I’ve long fell in love with the concept upon getting to know 3 homeschoolers who impressed me with their character at their very young ages of 5, 9 & 10 years old — their understanding of the Word of God & their relationships with Jesus, their parents & their families, their above-par ability to go forward to speak or participate, and the genuine quality of their confidence & attitude in relating to people of different ages, status & nationalities. I have seen beautiful children who are regular school-goers and I applaud their parents […]

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