Cooking Class with the Whole Family

Cooking Class with the Whole Family

Today, my husband and I decided we’ll teach our children how to cook. It’s sort of a home economics class. We want them to be able to cook for themselves without having to rely on canned food or the yellow pages of the phone book when they grow up. Like Hellobabybump.com reiterate, it makes me a bit sad that parents nowadays are themselves, too busy to cook for their kids. And in the end, the kids don’t learn how to take care of themselves once the

A Short Camping Guide for Homeschooled Children

A Short Camping Guide for Homeschooled Children

Today, I decided to reward my kids’ hard work. I finally allowed us to have camping, but just on the vacant lot across the house. I thought maybe it will teach them the value of preparation and resourcefulness. I gave them an hour to gather all the things they will need for a one-night camping (without any type of electronics, of course) because once the time is up, no one i

Lessons You Should Always Include in Homeschooling Course Plan

Lessons You Should Always Include in Homeschooling Course Plan

Part of parenting is educating our kids, and what’s a better to do it than homeschooling? You get to spend time with them and monitor their learning at the same time. If you don’t have any modules that could help you in instructing your children, however, you may be facing serious problems. To help you out, here are just some of the subjects and lessons you should never leave out when teaching.
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Where and How to Begin Homeschooling

Where and How to Begin Homeschooling

It’s difficult to start homeschooling your kids if you don’t know what to do. Before you make the final decision, you should know beforehand that it’s not going to be easy, especially if you don’t have a background on education. However, if you are still interested, here’s a guide that could make the planning easier for you:

First off, talk to your children. Do they