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My Undisturbed Homebirth

from The Natural Mummy Files

This is a personal blog following a home education journey. She also blogs about natural parenting and natural health topics.


mudpies

One Page Profiles in the Early Years

from Mudpies and Marmalade

A blog by a mum of two very young girls, Mo Mo and Bee, who used to be a primary school teacher and Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator. Read on to find out about the power of play!


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Dear Email,

from A Space To Grow

Twitter: @katbroon

Tales of family life from a home educating family in West Yorkshire.


In the playroom

Baking fun with an Easy Biscuit Recipe from Ella's Kitchen

from In the Playroom

Twitter: @theplayroomblog

Play ideas, crafts and days out and toy reviews for young children.


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Don't help me, I'm thinking in my brain.

from AlexSpringboard

We write about our one-to-one work with pupils in primary schools. We share our views on phonics and why some children struggle with reading


Assertiveness - how to be strong in every situation

14 Tips For Handling Aggression At Work

from Assertiveness - how to be strong in every situation

Twitter: @How2BeAssertive

Be a better parent - learn how to be assertive and teach your children too, so they can grow up to be strong in every situation


Stuff Mother Taught Us

A Letter to My Children (and to all of yours)

from Stuff Mother Taught Us

Twitter: @stuffmother

British expat discusses the ills of society, offering a new perspective on ideas and thoughts that people have come to accept as normal.


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My personal goals for 2014 – March Update

from Everyday Magical

Twitter: @everydaymagical

I am a work at home mum who is home educating her toddler.


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Famous Women Scientists

from Today's the day to

An educational blog about many things


Taking Parents Seriously

More four years olds starting school, and huge differences across Scotland

from Taking Parents Seriously

Twitter: @take_parents

Getting Scottish schools and councils to take parents seriously - advice for all parents