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Empower Your Child’s Education: How to Thrive with Project-Based Homeschooling.

Picture of children taking part in a project-based learning outside from Home Education Shop.

At its core, project-based homeschooling is a child-centred and child-led approach to learning. It’s an offshoot of the Reggio Emilia approach, an educational philosophy that emphasises hands-on discovery learning. In project-based homeschooling, the key emphasis is on practical, creative, and exploratory activities. The idea is to encourage the child to learn by undertaking different projects that are driven by their own interests and curiosity.
But what sets project-based homeschooling apart from other homeschooling methodologies?

Let’s break it down!

Encourage Outdoor Play: Reduce The Screen Time Each Day

In this blog post, we will explore outdoor play, why it is more important more than ever, and how we can up our game in the garden play equipment department. Choosing activities that will engage our children, enhance their learning, and support development is an essential way to get them active and off that device they love so much…… at least for a little while!

Homeschooling and Work? Here’s How to Make It Work

An image containing a young child and her mother to show homeschool learning

Parenting while working is tricky all on its own. However, where the party actually starts is when homeschooling is included! As a working parent who homeschools my child, the words flexible and balanced chaos frequently come to mind.

Therefore, establishing a routine and striking a balance is crucial for every family. A little preparation and time planning may go a long way. But most importantly, create a program that suits you and your family, and always be flexible.

10 Homeschool Trip Ideas to Try In 2023

An image containing elephants in a zoo to show one of the trip ideas for homeschooled children.

Homeschool trips offer a great opportunity to make learning fun, engaging and interactive. There are many options to choose from, whether you are interested in history, science, religion, or nature. It is also important to note that homeschool trips can be educational and cost-effective, with many locations offering interactive programs and activities for children of all ages. With careful planning, homeschool trips can provide a valuable break from the routine of homeschooling while allowing students to learn in a new and exciting environment.