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!
The Homeschool Curriculum Fair is an annual event put up by the local homeschool community. This year, it is featured as the second part of the Homeschool Convention. Continue reading “Join us at the Homeschool Curriculum Fair!”
Thank you for your support.
Tickets for the Homeschool Convention are SOLD OUT. Please DO NOT show up on the day itself without a ticket. We will turn you away.
Ticket holders : We will send you an e-ticket with important details for the convention by Feb 20.
If you still want to come and check out homeschool materials, tickets to the Singapore Homeschool Curriculum Fair from 2pm-4pm are available. It is $5 per family or per person. Pay at the door. The venue is Le Danz @ 222 Queen Street.