Different Ways You Can Make Travel Educational for Your Children

  **Disclosure – this is a guest post. **   Different Ways You Can Make Travel Educational for Your Children It is often said that “travel is the best form of education”. And whilst there…

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Gorgeous Kids Clothing from POMPdeLUX

I don’t know about you, but I always struggle to find nice trendy clothes (at a reasonable price) for boys. As we are homeschooling now Freddie is wearing more and more clothes, also he has…

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Great Day Out at Battle of Bosworth Visitor Centre

As we are homeschooling now we decided to have a lovely historical day out to the Battle of Bosworth Visitor Centre. Since homeschooling Freddie has shown such a strong interest in history we just had to…

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Blackpool Illuminations and Things to do in Blackpool

Blackpool Illuminations is somewhere I have wanted to take Freddie for a while now, and as we had a spare weekend we went up to Blackpool. The illuminations in Blackpool is an annual light festival…

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Cobra Paw Game Review

Cobra Paw is a really fast and funny game for the whole family. The recommended age is 6+ but I am sure younger children will also love it. It is all about speed and ninja…

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The Best Educational Toys for 9 Year Olds

The best way for children to learn is through play, and educational toys encourage the development of essential skills while the child is having fun. Why Educational Toys? Educational toys are the best, not only…

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Why Kids Love Home Education UK – In Their Own Words

I thought I would write a blog post about why kids love home education in UK. There are lots of articles about why parents love it, but I have not seen many from a children’s…

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Camper Calling | A Great Family Music Festival

So we have just returned from Camper Calling, our first music festival as a family. Camper Calling is held each year at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire. It is a camping music festival, but we only went…

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Cost of Homeschooling UK | How Home Education Can Save You Money

As friends have started to spend £100’s on school uniforms it got me thinking about the real cost of homeschooling UK. Is it costing me more? Is home education actually cheaper than school? Of course…

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Making Friends and Followers Through Networking

Blogging is made better with others and with the current availability of social media, there are plenty of ways for bloggers to connect online. Not only is connecting with other bloggers a great way to…

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The Best Homeschool Supplies Checklist

We have been homeschooling for 3 months, and I have included our homeschool supplies checklist of what we purchased before we started. Everything included is exactly what we have in our homeschooling room. If you…

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How to Schedule Tweets the Easy Way with SocialOomph

How and why I use SocialOomph. I have been on Twitter now for a year and if I am honest, I have always struggled with it. I didn’t schedule tweets it was just very random…

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Flight Delay? Here’s How You Can Deal With the Problem

Flight delays are a nightmare… Unfortunately, as we continue to invest in less-expensive air travel, and enjoy round-the-world trips, there’s a good chance that most of us will suffer from at least one flight delay…

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Tamassa Resort Mauritius – A great family vacation

We absolutely love travelling as a family, and have recently returned from a fortnight at the amazing Tamassa Resort Mauritius. Can I take my children to Mauritius? Yes absolutely. We were a bit worried if…

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How to set up your Homeschool Room

  We have been homeschooling for 2 months now, and have made a few changes to our home. I work from home already and have adapted my office into a joint office / homeschool room…

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