• Places to Go in Busan For Kids
  • Fun with Science: The Floating Egg Experiment
  • Family-Friendly Parks in Manila
  • A Guide to Common Homeschooling Terms
  • Free Things To Do in Singapore for Kids
  • Textbooks for Grade 1 Homeschoolers
  • Exploring Bridges in Singapore
  • Places to Go in Busan For Kids

    Places to Go in Busan For Kids

    There are many interesting places to go in Busan for kids and the whole family. Most, if not all, of these tourist spots and must-visit places in Busan have free admission. Check out the highlight of our Busan Trip Here: Bridges See the famous bridges in Busan. A red line […]

  • Fun with Science: The Floating Egg Experiment

    Fun with Science: The Floating Egg Experiment

    Make an egg float on water with this easy science experiment that will surely amaze young minds. The Floating Egg experiment uses simple items you can find at home. It’s easy to set up and easy to do. Our 6-year-old did it by himself. Just need to be careful with the […]

  • Family-Friendly Parks in Manila

    Family-Friendly Parks in Manila

    We may be living in a condo in a busy city but we are thankful to have greens and open spaces we can come to.  Gab would bring his ball, ride his bike, blow bubbles or even set up a tent and just spend time on the grass and under […]

  • A Guide to Common Homeschooling Terms

    A Guide to Common Homeschooling Terms

    Here’s a guide to common homeschooling terms. Whether you are new to homeschooling or considering to homeschool your child, here are some terms you terms you should be familiar with as they might help on your journey. Homeschool This is also called Homeschooling, Home Based Learning, Home Education, Home Learning, or Home […]

  • 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 […]

 

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Manila International Book Fair 2017

Manila International Book Fair 2017

Manila International Book Fair (MIBF) 2017 will be on September 13 – 17, 2017 at SMX Convention Center Manila in Mall of Asia Complex. This is the 38th MIB. MIB is considered as the biggest book fair and the longest-running book fair in the Philippines. At the fair you can expect […]

 
 

Books for Less Warehouse Sale 2017

Books for Less Warehouse Sale 2017

Books for Less Warehouse Sale will be on August 1-31 (except for some dates) at 9am. All books at Php 20 each. This is your chance to add more books in your home libraries. The Books for Less warehouse will be in 643 Frankfurt St. Mercedes Avenue Sam Miguel, Pasig. […]

 
 

Gab’s Grade 1 Astronomy Worksheet

Gab’s Grade 1 Astronomy Worksheet

Gab made his own astronomy worksheet for us to answer. It is a simple TRUE or FALSE quiz about the solar system yet Quennie and I cannot get a perfect 10. Gab loves reading his book Exploring Creation With Astronomy. He got his favorite facts and made it to a worksheet […]

 
 

Our Homeschool Grade 1 Science Curriculum

Our Homeschool Grade 1 Science Curriculum

Here is our Homeschool Grade 1 Science Curriculum. Science is vast topic. There is just so many things to learn and talk about when it comes to science. It can be overwhelming to teach especially if there are plenty of questions from the child. Our science curriculum was initially based […]

 
 

Our Favorite Bible for Kids

Our Favorite Bible for Kids

The first Bible I read is the King James Version (KJV). I could still memorize a few verses but for personal study I have a hard time reading and understanding some verses in the Bible using the KJV. Today, there several Bible translations and even more Study Bibles. My personal […]

 
 

Todo Math Educational App Review

Todo Math Educational App Review

Todo Math Educational App is an educational math app designed for kids in pre-K to Grade 2. It has cool games and activities that aids in learning important math concepts. The activities are very engaging and has several levels to match the child’s math competency. Todo Math Educational App is […]

 
 

FREE Pantukoy Worksheets

FREE Pantukoy Worksheets

Pantukoy are Filipino articles. In grade 1 we learned about the Pantukoy – Ang at Ang Mga, Si at Sina. Here are the free worksheets you can download and print to help your kids learn about these articles. Click here to download the FREE Pantukoy Worksheets: Pantukoy – Ang at […]

 
 

Our Homeschool Grade 1 Math Curriculum

Our Homeschool Grade 1 Math Curriculum

Here is our Homeschool Grade 1 Math Curriculum. Our math curriculum was taken from several sources. The topics were mostly based from our math textbook for Grade 1 then we added some topics later as we went along. Our homeschool math curriculum is not an official math curriculum of DepEd […]

 
 

How to praise your kids effectively

How to praise your kids effectively

If there is one important lesson I learned in raising smart kids, it’s never to say “good job” even if the kids did a good job. I first read this advice from the book  NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children. To praise your kids intelligence can have a long term negative effects. [Read […]

 
 

Million, Billion, Trillion, what’s next?

Million, Billion, Trillion, what’s next?

I can only count until trillion. That is how much money I have in the bank right now! Chos! But Gab is asking us to count beyond 12 zeros (trillion). He encounters this in our topics in astronomy like the distances from the sun and the planets. Or he gets […]