So it’s the second year of online distance learning. My kids miss their face to face classes, but I still think ODL is the best set up. And I don’t mean just for this season. Last year taught us a bunch of things. I heard my older daughters complain about school being different. About theContinue reading “My Thoughts on ODL”
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Focus, Fruitfulness, and God’s Faithfulness
2012 was an amazingly fruitful year for me! Looking back at the pictures of people and events I took, looking at my pictures taken by other people in many church events and in friends’ homes, thinking about all the blogs I posted and all the get-togethers we hosted, not to mention the birthdays that weContinue reading “Focus, Fruitfulness, and God’s Faithfulness”
Perks of Homeschooling — Opportunities
Sparks Homeschoolers have had a tradition of putting up a bazaar during the Christmas season for the last 3 or 4 years. This year, they had the opportunity to do it in a commercial place called Soderno, a big tent open only on weekends for food and bazaars in Molito Lifestyle Center. King and IContinue reading “Perks of Homeschooling — Opportunities”
Perks of Homeschooling — Flexible Hours
One of the perks of homeschooling is flexible hours. When we were starting out, I asked one of my go-to homeschooling moms, Michelle, how I ought to fix our daily schedule. She gave me great advice — set a schedule and see how it works out for the next few weeks, then adjust accordingly. IContinue reading “Perks of Homeschooling — Flexible Hours”
The question I asked myself last year was “To homeschool or not to homeschool?” Now that that has been answered, the question a few people ask me is “Why? Why homeschool?” Maybe I should answer that by answering the question “Why not homeschool?” first. We’ve always been open to it, but our considerations in theContinue reading “Why Homeschool?”
Another Season of Firsts
The past few months have been another season of firsts for our family. Last April 20-21, King and Danae participated in their very first Me and My Dad Camp. It was held on a mountain in Quezon, with just dads and little kids aged 6 to maybe 10. It was also King’s first time toContinue reading “Another Season of Firsts”
OUR VERY OWN HOMESCHOOL ROOM!
We converted my brother’s old room into our very own homeschool room! We used purple (Danae’s favorite color), pink (Noelle’s favorite), and green for the walls, ceiling, drawers, and cabinets. We also already had a white and pink desk to begin with, so we needed colors that would go well with that. King and ourContinue reading “OUR VERY OWN HOMESCHOOL ROOM!”
TO HOMESCHOOL OR NOT TO HOMESCHOOL?
My 5-year-old Danae is in Kinder. She goes to Kidvantage Learning Center, a school 10 minutes away from our house. We were always open to homeschooling, but seeing that Danae enjoyed her first tries at school so much and that she’s such a people person, we decided to enroll her in a regular school —Continue reading “TO HOMESCHOOL OR NOT TO HOMESCHOOL?”