• Textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers
  • Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum
  • Swimming with the Whale Sharks
  • Visiting BenCab Museum in Baguio
  • Places to Go in Busan For Kids
  • Fun with Science: The Floating Egg Experiment
  • Family-Friendly Parks in Manila
  • Textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers

    Textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers

    We are currently in second grade. While we customize lessons for most of the subjects, we have these textbooks that we use as reference for the lessons we need to cover. Below are the textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers we are using. ENGLISH For Language: Speak, Read and Write Authors: […]

  • Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum

    Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum

    Gab has always been (and still is) fascinated with Astronomy. So when we planned for our trip to Taiwan, we made sure to set a day to visit the Taipei Astronomical Museum. Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum was one of the highlights of our visit to Taiwan. A post shared by […]

  • Swimming with the Whale Sharks

    Swimming with the Whale Sharks

    We went with the family for a road trip to the south of Cebu from Bacolod. Our destination was to see and swim with the whale sharks. Whale sharks are commonly known in the Philippines as Butanding. They are giant but friendly whales that grows to a maximum of 40 […]

  • Visiting BenCab Museum in Baguio

    Visiting BenCab Museum in Baguio

    Benedicto Reyes Cabrera, or popularly known as BenCab,is a Filipino painter and awarded as a National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts (Painting) in 2006 by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.   He has his own museum, The BenCab Museum, that houses the permanent collection in several galleries. The Philippine Contemporary […]

  • 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 […]

 

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DepEd Cut-off Age Policy for Kindergarten

DepEd Cut-off Age Policy for Kindergarten

DepEd has released a memo for SY 2018-19 – DepEd Order No. 20, series 2018 (DO 20). This policy applies to both public and private schools. Learners who completed Kindergarten in SY 2017-18 shall be allowed to enroll in Grade 1, given that they turned five years old within that school year. […]

 
 

How to teach multiplication to 7 year olds

How to teach multiplication to 7 year olds

Can you teach multiplication to 7 year olds? Yes, you can but probably not everything yet. I started teaching Gab multiplication when he was six years old. How did we do it? Here are a few tips and tricks and it does not include memorizing the multiplication table. I had […]

 
 

Top Destinations for Fieldtrips

Top Destinations for Fieldtrips

It’s summer and what better way to spend it on field trips with friends! For us, like most homeschoolers, it’s not really a way to take time off from learning. In fact, we always look forward to field trips or educational travels, holiday or not. Here are the Top Destinations […]

 
 

Textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers

Textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers

We are currently in second grade. While we customize lessons for most of the subjects, we have these textbooks that we use as reference for the lessons we need to cover. Below are the textbooks for Grade 2 Homeschoolers we are using. ENGLISH For Language: Speak, Read and Write Authors: […]

 
 

Run, Dad, Run! Book Review

Run, Dad, Run! Book Review

We got this Run, Dad, Run book years ago and featured this at our running website takbo.ph. While Gab is loves reading books, he is not so interested in running yet during that time.  It was in 2016 that he picked up the book and asked us to read it […]

 
 

Philippine Homeschool Convention 2018

Philippine Homeschool Convention 2018

Philippine Homeschool Conference is back! This year, PHC is now called Philippine Homeschool Convention 2018. The theme this year is “On Fire” What: Philippine Homeschool Convention 2018 Where: SMX Convention Center, SM Aura Premier, Taguig When: September 22, 2018   Stay tuned for the announcement of the Philippine Homeschool Convention 2018 topics, speakers, schedule and other […]

 
 

Philippine Sports Museum

Philippine Sports Museum

Philippine Sports Museum is a museum showcasing pictures, medals, trophies and tracksuits of  former Filipino Athletes who won in international competitions (like SEA Games and Summer Olympics). This started out as a travel exhibit in Philippine Sports Commission (PSC). Visiting the museum will make you aware of the past sport activities […]

 
 

Identifying Philippine Money Worksheets

Identifying Philippine Money Worksheets

We introduced the Philippine money as part of our Grade 1 lessons. While very young children won’t understand the value of money yet, they can be taught to learn the names of coins and bills and be familiarize how our money look like. Pretend play (of buying and selling) works […]

 
 

Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum

Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum

Gab has always been (and still is) fascinated with Astronomy. So when we planned for our trip to Taiwan, we made sure to set a day to visit the Taipei Astronomical Museum. Visiting Taipei Astronomical Museum was one of the highlights of our visit to Taiwan. A post shared by […]

 
 

Swimming with the Whale Sharks

Swimming with the Whale Sharks

We went with the family for a road trip to the south of Cebu from Bacolod. Our destination was to see and swim with the whale sharks. Whale sharks are commonly known in the Philippines as Butanding. They are giant but friendly whales that grows to a maximum of 40 […]