Instead of buying costumes for the UN Celebration, we decided to use old gowns and bed sheets to make out own. Here’s our Japanese and French costumes.
So you heard about homeschooling and now you’re curious. You probably have a lot of questions about it and wondering if it’s possible for you to homeschool your kids. We just started our homeschooling journey, but I thought I’ll share some information that I found during those years that I was researching about it.
Here’s a peak into our very much improved homeschool routine. Everyone is starting to get into the habit, which is a good thing for us because we love routines.
The topic of homeschooling can cause varying reactions. Some homeschooling family shared how they need to constantly explain their decision. Others experience a lot of unsolicited advice to discourage them to go through it, and so on and so forth. In our case, being new and all, we also got a lot of different reactions from people.
We just complete our first quarter and the kids are taking a week off before we start our lessons again. So far, things are doing great, especially after making these little changes in our routine.
August is Buwan ng Wika and here at home, we are making extra effort to improve our understanding of our own language.