Category Archives: Our home schooling experience

A – Z of Homeschooling: O is for….

we forgot ūüėČ do check P out and we will get back to O, okay?

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A – Z of Homeschooling: P is for Potential

The beauty about being human is that each and every one of us is born with unlimited potentials. The tragedy that befalls most of us is that this is not recognized and instead of bringing out these potentials, we systematically … Continue reading

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Ticket to Nashville- Solo Recital

Our homeschooling daughter Amrita Soon, will be turning 16 next February, and she would like to visit Nashville to attend the Country Music Festival there in June 2012. As a fundraiser for the trip, she is planning a singing gig: … Continue reading

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Ticket to Nashville

Ever since Amrita discovered Miley Ray Cyrus,¬†Taylor Swift’s (eventually a host other musicians) ¬†music at age 12, she was hooked on country music. She started learning the guitar (daddy taught her the only 3 chords that he knew – the … Continue reading

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A to Z of Homeschooling: N is for Natural Learning

What is natural learning? It is learning that comes naturally to the child. Natural learning is learning that is self-motivated …, it has to be interest-driven

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A – Z of Homeschooling: M is for movies, magic and music.

M is for movies, magic and music. Our kids are movie buffs, thanks to their dad.

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PARENT-INITIATED PLAYGROUPS (Chong Wai Leng, 2000)

  Continuing our previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE (a project funded by DAGS), might be useful to some. FamilyPlace was the predecessor of ¬†Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). This … Continue reading

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Educating Children Effectively

Continuing a series of previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE, might be useful to some. FamilyPlace, a project funded by DAGS, ¬†is the predecessor of ¬†Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). … Continue reading

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A to Z of Homeschooling: L is for Learning Mind

There is so much to learn these days that to attempt to learn them all would be quite futile. More important than trying to learn everything is to adopt a LEARNING MIND. A learning mind is a mind that is … Continue reading

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Let Kids be Kids (Wai Leng, 2008)

Here are series of previously published articles on FAMILYPLACE, might be useful to some. FamilyPlace is the predecessor of ¬†Learning Beyond Schooling when our children were very young and reflected our thoughts as young(er parents). At an age where three-year-old … Continue reading

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