Category Archives: Creativity

‘Cosby Show’ turns 30, here’s show’s best parenting advice

If you have not heard of the Cosby Show, you really really ought to search for the series and watch every single episode with the intensity of an enthusiastic intern! Because this is the best parenting series that’s ever been … Continue reading

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The demise and resurrection of Play

When the simple act of physical play is virtually eradicated and replaced by digital devices, it is the start of the sad and abrupt demise of childhood. In this day and age, children have to be taught how to play! … Continue reading

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Karen the Cake-Conqueror

Congratulations to 16-year-old unschooler, Karen Leong Jian Yi, who won the gold medal in the recent Cake Challenge Malaysia 2014! beating many other older and more experienced cake-designers!  

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“In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few. ” (Suzuki Roshi) This is the quality of mind that is essential for all learners, be it learning about our universe, learning academic subjects or … Continue reading

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Awesome Unschoolers – Stories of awesome teens!

Teenager and unschooler, Amrita Soon, signs contract with producer Abraham Tee of Plan A Studio!

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Reclaim, Rejoice, Resolve for 2014!

It’s been another good year for us, and we are grateful for the another year of making new friends and strengthening existing ones, and doing various fun activities together as an unschooling community! This year was truly a year of … Continue reading

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The Story of Sam in Sir Ken Robinson’s latest book: “Finding Your Element”!

Since Sir Ken Robinson’s highly successful bestseller The Element made such a great impact on parents and educators around the world, we have been great fans of his and have made regular references to his book in our talks. And … Continue reading

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The CLiC Experience – An open invitation

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be unschooling with other unschoolers? Do you wish to experience learning with fun, freedom and friendship? Homeschooling can be quite lonely without a regular group of friends to do activities … Continue reading

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How to Homeschool (Part 2)

Our approach We practise a child-led, interest-driven approach whereby the child is the path-finder and our role as parents is to help open the doors of knowledge by setting up scaffoldings to help the child manoevre along the obstacles-laden path … Continue reading

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Self-taught artists

My girls have always enjoyed art – drawing and doodling…. but the art classes I had signed them up in years ago weren’t that well received. In their words: “The teachers are too strict – they made us color a certain … Continue reading

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