• Free Things To Do in Singapore for Kids
  • Textbooks for Grade 1 Homeschoolers
  • Exploring Bridges in Singapore
  • Learn How to Count in Filipino
  • Ayala Triangle Garden Festival of Lights
  • Places to Visit in Cebu
  • Cebu City Educational Tour for Kids
  • Free Things To Do in Singapore for Kids

    Free Things To Do in Singapore for Kids

    Singapore is an expensive country to travel to. There’s the popular Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore and Resorts World theme parks but it does mean you can no longer explore the Lion City if you have limited budget. Here are the free things to do in […]

  • Textbooks for Grade 1 Homeschoolers

    Textbooks for Grade 1 Homeschoolers

    We are teaching Gab subjects for Grade 1 and this time we need help from textbooks. In Kinder and Pre-school, we can simply find worksheets and activities online or at the bookstores. For Grade 1, we need a guide on what, how and when to teach them. Homeschool Global (formerly TMA) has […]

  • Exploring Bridges in Singapore

    Exploring Bridges in Singapore

    Exploring bridges in Singapore is the second purpose of our trip, next to being tour guides to Gab’s grandmothers in their first time visit in the Lion City. Gab has been fascinated with bridges when he first read about them in the book 8000 Things You Should Know. Even our travel […]

  • Learn How to Count in Filipino

    Learn How to Count in Filipino

    Learn how to count in Filipino from one to ten. Count along with Gab and you will see that learning to count in Filipino or Tagalog is quite easy. one – isa two – dalawa three – tatlo four – apat five – lima six – amin seven – pito eight – walo nine – siyam ten – sampu You can […]

  • Ayala Triangle Garden Festival of Lights

    Ayala Triangle Garden Festival of Lights

    The Ayala Triangle Garden Festival of Lights in Makati was opened on November 15 to welcome the most wonderful time of the year. We have been watching the show since it first started and every year it just gets better! On it’s 7th year now, more blazing lights will turn the […]

  • Places to Visit in Cebu

    Places to Visit in Cebu

    There are many good places to visit in Cebu. Whether you are coming for an educational tour, to explore for an adventure trip, you will always have reasons to visit Cebu City. We kicked off our Philippine history lessons by doing a travel schooling. Leaving our books and worksheets at […]

  • Cebu City Educational Tour for Kids

    Cebu City Educational Tour for Kids

    It was Gab’s first time to visit Cebu. It’s for a family vacation but we also took the opportunity to kick off our history lessons and learn more about the Philippines. This Cebu City Educational Tour for Kids is a 4-day Cebu City Tour. Here’s the travel itinerary for our […]

 

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Free Things To Do in Singapore for Kids

Free Things To Do in Singapore for Kids

Singapore is an expensive country to travel to. There’s the popular Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore and Resorts World theme parks but it does mean you can no longer explore the Lion City if you have limited budget. Here are the free things to do in […]

 
 

National Homeschool Day 2017

National Homeschool Day 2017

The first ever National Homeschool Day is about to happen on March 3, 2017. It has the theme – Building up the Philippines, One Family at a Time. As we wait for more details from Hapi or the Homeschool Association of the Philippines, let’s save the date! This is a […]

 
 

Parenting Event on Giftedness 101

Parenting Event on Giftedness 101

As parents, how do you know if your child is gifted? What are the signs to watch out for? If you are a parent of one, how do you support your child to help him reach his full potential? These are some common questions that this parenting event – Giftedness […]

 
 

BrainFit Studio: FREE Seminar for Parents with Tweens

BrainFit Studio: FREE Seminar for Parents with Tweens

BrainFit Studio Philippines is offering a free workshop for parents with tweens. It is entitled  “Understanding your Tweens: The Parent’s Guide in Honing Positive Thinkers”. The event is on Saturday, February 18, 2017, 2:00 – 4:00 pm at BrainFit Studio Philippines Greenhills San Juan. There will be limited slots so […]

 
 

Book Review: Pan de Sal Saves The Day

Book Review: Pan de Sal Saves The Day

Pan de Sal Saves The Day is a story about a young Filipino girl who lives in the Philippines. She feels she’s the unluckiest girl in school. She doesn’t like many things about her – her looks, even her name. Unlike her classmates, she does not own fancy things. One […]

 
 

Textbooks for Grade 1 Homeschoolers

Textbooks for Grade 1 Homeschoolers

We are teaching Gab subjects for Grade 1 and this time we need help from textbooks. In Kinder and Pre-school, we can simply find worksheets and activities online or at the bookstores. For Grade 1, we need a guide on what, how and when to teach them. Homeschool Global (formerly TMA) has […]

 
 

Fully Booked Sale this January 2017!

Fully Booked Sale this January 2017!

Fully Booked will be having a sale this month of January. Try to catch the sale dates with the details below. All Fully Booked-RCBC Bankard Cardholders and Fully Booked Discount Cardholders will have a special treat. Cardholders will enjoy an exclusive advanced sale this Thursday, January 12, 2017 at our Bonifacio […]

 
 

Exploring Bridges in Singapore

Exploring Bridges in Singapore

Exploring bridges in Singapore is the second purpose of our trip, next to being tour guides to Gab’s grandmothers in their first time visit in the Lion City. Gab has been fascinated with bridges when he first read about them in the book 8000 Things You Should Know. Even our travel […]

 
 

Free Tuition for 2017 at Philippine State Universities and Colleges

Free Tuition for 2017 at  Philippine State Universities and Colleges

Free Tuition for 2017 has been approved to students in state universities and colleges in the Philippines. The Congress and Senate moved to include the 8 Billion pesos additional budget for the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). This means that Filipinos can get free education. Photo from Asian Policy Press […]

 
 

StART Hope Exhibit

StART Hope Exhibit

StART Hope is the first ever art exhibit curated purely by homeschooled students in the Philippines. Ranging from ages seven to fifteen, these young individuals from Homeschool@Alabang and Homeschool@Valle Verde will unite their efforts in the pursuit of hope for the hopeless. The homeschoolers, in coordination with Rotary Club District […]