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”
To all who made it to the Homeschool Convention and Homeschool Curriculum Fair : It was a blast! Continue reading “Thank you for your support at the Homeschool Convention and Curriculum Fair 2017”
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)”
We have set up a FB event page for the fair. Do join us there and add your homeschool friends interested to browse a range of curricula. We have also vendors that cater from preschoolers to tertiary aged students. Continue reading “Invite your mates to the Homeschool Curriculum Fair!”
Start from the beginning. Ask yourself, where does the idea of homeschooling come from?
One figure that often crops up is John Holt, the founder of modern homeschooling/unschooling in the USA. His books and philosophy have influenced generations of homeschoolers in the USA, and beyond.
A quick search will bring up this easy-to-read article online. It is an interview with Holt in 1980. Continue reading “How to Research on Homeschooling?”
We get requests all the time from people
– interested to homeschool
– starting on the journey but not sure what to do next
– who are expats looking to be part of a local homeschool community
Get to our Links page and contact a relevant online community that would be of help. You would have so many questions that one email cannot answer or unpack. A homeschool community – whether it is focused on a religion, demography or interest, would be the place.
If you cannot find one that suits you, START ONE. It’s easy. Create a Facebook Group and add one or two people know. Let us know. We’ll put it up on the Links page so that others can join in too.
All the best!