For the parent’s

Learning styles.

2020-10-08T20:52:17+02:00

“My daughter likes routine and structure,” says homeschool mom Lee-Anne. “Traditional didn’t work. A more eclectic style, though, did.” Her son, on the other hand, prefers Unit Studies. “He did a Unit Study on electricity,” Lee-Anne says, “and he became fully immersed in the whole thing. Finding out who “invented” electricity, what it’s used for, [...]

Learning styles.2020-10-08T20:52:17+02:00

What is the true purpose of our children?

2020-10-08T20:39:55+02:00

I will often look at my child with great admiration. And on other days I feel like hanging her up on the line with the rest of the washing. Many of you will understand exactly what I mean, those who have experienced what I have come to believe is the highest calling in life: parenting. [...]

What is the true purpose of our children?2020-10-08T20:39:55+02:00

Nukleus resensie.

2020-08-21T21:44:39+02:00

As 'n Mamma van 3 kinders almal onder 7 jaar oud, het ek gewonder hoe ek hierdie taak gaan aanpak om ons Graad R seuntjie te tuisonderrig. Na baie navorsing en moeilike keuses, het ons op Nukleus besluit. Die beste besluit wat ons kon maak. Elke module is met soveel sorg en omgee aan mekaar [...]

Nukleus resensie.2020-08-21T21:44:39+02:00

Who is the Liberty in Learning?

2020-08-21T21:39:18+02:00

The Liberty in Learning Coalition is a growing group of, at present, 24 organisations, associations, individuals, and home education curriculum providers in South Africa who share a common goal and are working for greater freedom in education. Liberty in Learning’s goal is to (a) honour the responsibility of parents to serve the best interests of [...]

Who is the Liberty in Learning?2020-08-21T21:39:18+02:00

Do you need help with your teenagers behavior challenges?

2020-06-22T21:32:34+02:00

How do we cope during these times of turmoil and uncertainty? The overwhelming external and internal struggles that we are facing as adults, as well as children and teenagers, are so immense. Our current situation is creating tremendous amounts of fear, which a lot of people do not know how to handle. Everything is changing [...]

Do you need help with your teenagers behavior challenges?2020-06-22T21:32:34+02:00

Are you looking for something new and engaging for your teen or middle-grader to read this winter?

2020-05-04T15:47:10+02:00

When feisty and impetuous Raven and her younger brother, the more reserved and middle-of-the-road Rudi, arrive in town to spend some time with their grandfather, it is anything but normal. Going off the deep end is what Raven is often about, and when this happens it spells trouble for Rudi. Not wanting to rock the [...]

Are you looking for something new and engaging for your teen or middle-grader to read this winter?2020-05-04T15:47:10+02:00

When you try to be a Superwoman: a homeschool mom’s thoughts and reflections

2020-02-20T18:24:11+02:00

A few weeks ago I came across a photograph of my children and I on the pier. My daughter, about 6 or 7 months old at the time, is in the pram, lulled to sleep from our walk along the promenade. My boys are arranged around me, in a boisterous huddle. My oldest has his [...]

When you try to be a Superwoman: a homeschool mom’s thoughts and reflections2020-02-20T18:24:11+02:00

Why deschooling can give your homeschool journey a head-start

2020-05-06T22:02:38+02:00

Starting the homeschool journey is a life changing experience. Like any other such experience, it will have many challenges worth overcoming. I like to compare it with having a baby: no matter how much you prepare yourself and read about it, experiencing it is so much different than reading a book. It takes a long [...]

Why deschooling can give your homeschool journey a head-start2020-05-06T22:02:38+02:00