There are several tasks home education parents can accomplish over the summer holiday to prepare for 2020.. While it is tempting to wait until January, completing these tasks now will help you ease into the new academic year.Read more
You don’t have to let the lazy summer days roll by without doing much if you’re at home during the holidays. Creating a bucket list of holiday activities for kids can turn an ordinary, uneventful summer into a fun-filled, memorable one.Read more
So, you want to know what a typical day is like for a homeschooling family? That’s one of the best things about homeschooling – there are no typical days! When educating your children at home, a “typical day” is as unique as each of the families choosing this education option.Read more
Using a homeschool curriculum provider is a convenient, straightforward and effective option for homeschooling parents. All you need to do is pick the grade and you’ll be provided with everything you require to complete a school year at home with your child.Read more
With school registrations for Grade 1 and Grade 8 opening on 13 May, parents are worried not only about whether their children will get a place at school, but also where that school will be.
If you dread the thought of registering your child with the GDE, if you are anxious that your child’s placement will be less than ideal, or if you are simply curious about other options, here are a few alternatives to traditional government schools to consider.Read more
Home education is a wonderful, worthwhile journey, but knowing where to start can be overwhelming. So, whether you are just beginning this journey, or whether you are already a seasoned home schooler, here are a few tips to ensure success.Read more
December has barely started, and you’ve already tried every boredom busting activity you can think of. Don’t worry, here are 26 fun and festive ideas to keep the kids entertained during the holidays.Read more
What most parents of school-age children can agree on, however, is that once the school holidays end, there simply aren’t enough hours in the day. Here are ten tips to help you find (some) balance if your life turns into a juggling act when the children head back to school.Read more
Not sure what to do with the kids during the school holidays? Here is an A to Z of boredom busting fun activities for kidsRead more
As a parent, you want your child to do well in school. So, what do you do when their report card doesn’t reflect their academic potential – or your expectations? The most important thing is not to react with disappointment. A bad report or poor grade is often a red flag for a potential problem area, not a measure of your child’s worth… or your parenting skills.Read more
Back to school is always a big transition, not only for children but also for parents. With a little planning, you can make going back to school simple and stress-free.Read more
The first thing parents usually consider when looking for a preschool for their precious little bundle is location and price. However, while cost and convenience are important, there are several other factors that should also be considered.Read more
Does the concept of home education apply to preschool children? And if so, at what age should you start?
Home education certainly does apply to preschoolers, perhaps just in a slightly different way than you imagined.Read more