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Dyslexia is a gift, not a curse! If you still haven’t heard of dyslexia, you must be living in Mars! Because more and more children are diagnosed with this condition in the 21st century! What is dyslexia? It is a … Continue reading
Here a question we received last week. If you have a question click here. We received this question from Zuhaila: My son has been diagnosed as a brain injury. Worry to send him to school….Can I still homeschool my son … Continue reading
… and help them grow from there. Would we prefer to just force them to be what we (or in most cases other people/society) want them to be?
Our good friend and fellow homeschooler featured in HOMESCHOOLHOMEFRONTIER An excellent interview…. well done! 10-year old Ali is one lucky kid! He’s being taught at home by parents Harith Idris and Intan Shamsuddin who are one of the most dedicated … Continue reading
A Mind at a Time by Mel Levine Learningbeyondschooling says: An must read for all parents and parents-to-be! Homeschoolers, especially UNSCHOOLERS, Dr Levine’s ideas reinforces that learning can take place anywhere and anytime – if the child … Continue reading