“The Dog Ate My Experiment!” Is the latest book by KS “Kaz” Augustin, a homeschool mum based in Malaysia . It is an internationally-focused strategic guide for parents in, or contemplating, homeschooling. It isn’t a subject-and-assessment blow-by-blow listing but presents considerations and strategies in making homeschooling work for your situation. Local homeschool mum Tan Mei Ling reviews. Continue reading “Review : The Dog Ate My Experiment! By Kaz”
Four mums who homeschool their kids share their journey as Christians from different backgrounds and churches. Come listen and feed your soul with heartfelt stories from our lessons learnt. Continue reading “Christian Homeschool Forum 2017”
Singapore Art Museum’s Imaginarium 2017 is its latest offering of art targeted at children (not to be confused by children’s art). Dawn Fung shares her review. Continue reading “Revisiting Imaginarium 2017”
The recent Children’s Craft Fair 2017 hauled in a record amount – the highest of all 3 editions. We raised $1448.05 for APSN (association of persons with special needs). Continue reading “Review of Children’s Craft Fair 2017 @ Imaginarium”
Have you missed the post on the amazing Children’s Craft Fair organised by homeschoolers? It’s happening today at SAM at 8Q.
It’s our third year. Details here! http://homeschoolsingapore.sg/product/childrens-craft-fair-2017/
Pls check our FB event page for ongoing updates.
Calling all who are interested in exploring homeschooling! There will be an upcoming session. Register here: http://bit.ly/2oSMvaP
Places will only be confirmed upon payment of $5 per family. More details in the link. Seats are limited! 🙂
Anyone interested to send their kids to Sweden for a month long programme? The local chapter of CISV International is interested to reach out to homeschoolers! Continue reading “CISV programme in Sweden for 11 year-olds”
Homeschool mum and writer for our Alumni series, Lynda, talks to our first interviewee David about family, his teen years, curriculum and how he got to NUS engineering. Continue reading “Alumni : David (NUS Engineering)”