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melksham mum

Project 366 2016 #16

from Melksham Mum

Twitter: @MelkshamMum

An informative, honest and fun blog by an ex-primary school teacher on being a SAHM, children, baking, music and more.


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Interview on Radio Suffolk

from RossMountneysNotebook

Ross blogs about her occupations: writer, educator, parent and hopes her blog makes homeschooling seem less scary! Read on for tales of older children, learning and home education.


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Learning shapes

from flourishing little mind

My blog is about play and providing experiences to promote development. i use the Scottish curriculum for ideas.


The Beesley Buzz

Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for the Nintendo 3DS

from The Beesley Buzz

Twitter: @TheBeesleyBuzz

A family blog where we write about living with Aspergers, homeschooling and all our adventures!


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What to do on maternity leave from a PhD

from PhD, Baby, and Me

Twitter: @nellefant

A blog about finding my way through the beginnings of parenthood and a PhD.


World Travel Family

Why Travel With Kids

from World Travel Family

Twitter: @worldtravelfam

Travel, parenting and homeschooling blog. We were based in Australia, now in Twickenham, with 12 months of non-stop family travel in between


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Aiding Anxiety

from Little Learning Seeds

Sharing fun, educational ideas you can do at home to support those ever-learning young minds.


Chantelle

Desperate to be a housewife!

from The life of a modern parent

A blog about life as a young working mum and feelings on current events affecting the lives of parents.


A Green Mouse

My Bedroom in Spanish

from A Green Mouse

Twitter: @1AGreenMouse

Fun listening practice in French and Spanish to help children enjoy learning languages and develop their listening and speaking skills.


organiced

Is Home Ed the Answer to the School Places Crisis? This Mum says, "Yes!"

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...