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making it up

Meet Julia, the Bonikka doll.

from Making It Up

Twitter: @liveotherwise

A blog full of ranting, wibbling, waffling and rambling about home education, books, technology, gadgets, social media, history and life.


Play and learn everyday

Halloween Bucket Ball Toss

from Play & Learn Everyday

Twitter: @playlearntoday

This teacher values the importance of learning through play, so she tries to find interesting and unique ways to play everyday and share her ideas with little ones. They make toys, buy toys, do arts...


Wife, Mum, Student Bum

Review: Beauty Time Therapies: Hydropeptide Plump & Peel

from Wife, Mum, Student Bum

Twitter: @mardykerrie

An irreverent mix of entertaining and amusing articles on parenting, being a student and general topical comment.


organiced

Writing: Waiting and Readiness

from Organic Ed

Twitter: @Ed_Organic

Home education - home based learning - is unusual in the U.K. I feel like a reluctant radical, yet it continues to be a liberating journey, despite the frustrations and misunderstanding. Learn more...


Kidding Herself

The Old Tretyakov Gallery on Lavrushinsky Lane, Moscow

from Kidding Herself

Twitter: @KiddingHerself

A child's guide to going out in and around London (and occasionally Moscow.


blog

Healthy Relationships Education

from Anthropological Mum

Reflections on life by a part-time housewife, part-time academic and full-time mum.


blog

The Extension - Update Number 6 (Lots of progress)

from We're going on an adventure

Twitter: @Lollinski

A record of life with my little people as they take on the world


redpeffer

Outdoor fun and learning on the doorstep

from Redpeffer

Twitter: @redpeffer

This blog's all about teaching English as a second language and lifelong learning, from a blogger who's a teacher, adviser and mum.


blog

An outing: science and art in one day

from The Accidental Home Educator

A blog about home educating my younger son: why I do it, what we do and where we go.


Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

If you think feminism is winning, read this. (Trigger warning)

from Jeanne de Montbaston: Reading Medieval Books

Twitter: @LucyAllenFWR

Blogging about feminism, women's history, and how the past can help us understand the present.