Fun with Stomp Rocket Junior Glow

*We were kindly sent some Stomp Rocket kits to try, all opinions are our own* We are always big fans of toys or games that kids outside and Stomp Rocket are a firm favourite for us. Their Junior Glow Fun 100% Kid Powered rockets that can have to be blown to be flown are a […]

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Got It Learning – fast-paced reading fun games

*this is a review post, we were kindly sent some Got It Learning cards to review and share about* As a homeschooling parent, I am always on the lookout for fun activities to help with learning and these fun card games from Got It Learning are a great addition to your learning resources and are […]

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1000 hours outside – getting outside every day

My boy is happiest in two settings – when he is dancing, and when he is getting outside exploring nature and burning off energy. We try to get outside every day, even if it’s just for a walk or cycle every day and we try to get outside and enjoy nature and explore as a […]

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Learning a language and resources for learning at home.

*this is a collaborative post sharing some info on learning a language at home as a homeschool family* When we made the decision to homeschool our son, I knew that meant taking on all aspects of his education and his educational needs. We are now responsible for everything he needs to learn and do, and […]

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Busy things – learning through play

*We were kindly asked to try Busy Things and share our thoughts* As a homeschooling family, we are always on the lookout for apps, sites, and resources that we can use to supplement or complement learning and Busy Things is something we have found very useful. It’s a site with fun, educational games for kids, […]

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Gross Science – Revoltingly educational.

*We were kindly sent a Gross Science kit to try out and have some gruesome fun with at home* Stumpy the Odious Ogre; welcomes you to Gross Science, the totally awesome kit that will take you on a voyage of discovery of just how disgusting the human body can be. You can perform 12 horrid, […]

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Quizlet – helping with learning & studying

We are always on the lookout for apps and resources that are helpful for homeschool, homework, and educational support and we recently came across Quizlet and have been trying it out. Quizlet was first devised in 2005 by Andrew Sutherland, at the time a 15-year-old high school student in California who needed a flashcard application […]

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How to make an exploding rainbow

How would you like to make an exploding rainbow? STEM Ambassador and secondary science teacher, Leonie Briggs brings science to life with fun DIY experiment  from STEM Learning to help parents, carers and teachers to keep children inspired in science, maths, and computing Rainbows have become a common sight in recent months, adorning windows as a thank-you to […]

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How to Get Your Kids Interested in Learning Languages

*This post with some helpful tips to get your kids interested in learning languages was written in collaboration with Mary Johnson* As parents, aside from raising our kids to be happy and healthy, we also want what is best for them in terms of their futures. For your kids to have prosperous futures and to […]

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Brilliant kids learning resources – UnderCover Hippy Bus

*This is a review post, we were asked to review and share with our readers* As a homeschooling mum and someone who works with children in my day job, I am always on the lookout for brilliant kids learning resources for us to use for homeschooling and also that might be useful with the families […]

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