100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 57 (Peanut Butter Fish Lessons)

5 Keys to Our Homeschooling Life My name is Randi and I homeschool our two boys, ages 8 and 7.  We live in the southeastern United States and are just finishing up our third year of homeschooling.  We started homeschooling after our oldest son finished kindergarten and we realized he was not going to fit … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 57 (Peanut Butter Fish Lessons)”

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 56 (Amanda)

Introduction Hi, I’m Amanda (36) I have a passion for photography, nature, nutrition and history. I’m currently doing an online course in Nutrition and Health. I’m married to David (37) who is a self-employed painter and decorator, fantastic at DIY and woodwork and an avid gamer ! We have 4 boys aged 12, 11, 10 … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 56 (Amanda)”

100 Days of Home Ed – Day 55 (As I Think I Say)

The following is an excerpt written by As I think I Say for the 100 days of home ed challenge. The rest of the post can be found on their blog here, along with more of their home ed adventures. “A week for us involves work books on maths, English, science, French and for our eldest biology … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed – Day 55 (As I Think I Say)”

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 54 (Lynne)

I’m Lynne and I home educate B, my only child, who is 7. We love to get out and about and cram as much as we can into our lives. We’re big nature fans, and spend a lot of time outside walking our crazy beagle Stripe. When we’re not roaming the fields, you’ll probably find … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 54 (Lynne)”

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 53 (The World Is Their Classroom)

We are a family of seven from Yorkshire, UK. We discovered Home Education before having children back in 2001 and we just knew it was something we would love to do with our own children one day. When I had my first child in 2003 I was adamant she wouldn’t go to school. I wanted her to learn in her … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 53 (The World Is Their Classroom)”

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 52 (The Penny Three)

My name is Francesca and I’m Mom to nearly 5 year old Xanthe, and 3 in a fortnight Hugo. We live in the West Midlands. We have a blog that records our home ed journey called The Penny Three. Xanthe was diagnosed with Autism, development delay, learning difficulties and severe anxiety around a year ago. … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 52 (The Penny Three)”

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 51 (Sam)  

Introduction Hi, my name is Sam . I’ve got six children, spread over a quarter of a century. Currently, three older ones are married and left home. Three are home educated. They are 14, 10 and 4. How long have you been home educating and why did you decide to? We began by flexi schooling … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 51 (Sam)  “

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 50 (A Welsh Unschooling Journey) 

My name is Emma my son is Jordan but every one knows him as Jay.  I’ve home educated since May 2011. My son was failed educationally at school and was 6 yrs behind in Maths and 2 years behind in everything else. He was also very badly bullied and the teachers refused to deal with … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 50 (A Welsh Unschooling Journey) “

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 49

​Introduction I have 3 children: my 15 year old transferred from reception in Sheffield to years 1 and 2 in a small school in a Hertfordshire village. I then home educated him from ages 7 – 12. He then went to a small secondary school in Ireland before moving to a local secondary for year … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 49”

100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 48 (Katherine)

Introduction I am Katherine. Iain and I home educate our two girls – T(10) and E(13) (and ourselves). How long have you home educated for and what made you do it? We had decided that E, our eldest wouldn’t be going to school by the time school admission forms came around, and have been involved … Continue reading “100 Days of Home Ed #LoveHomeEd – Day 48 (Katherine)”