The Dreaded Thought of Returning to Homeschooling

Yes, I want to keep the kids safe at any cost but the thought of going back to homeschooling gives me the deathly dread! Three kids; a newly turned 5 year old who now thinks he’s super grown and delegates his school work tasks between adults to be ‘fair’ and will refuse to read to […]

Raising a Left-Handed Child in a Right-Handed World

Left handed child painting picture.

Around 10% of the world’s population is left handed, it is no surprise that we live in a world that is made from righties. Thankfully, life is now easier for leftie children with left hand friendly tools such as scissors and pencil grips and even a left-handed guitar if your child plays music. Although not […]

The Importance of Recognising Different Learning Styles

Just like there are many different teaching methods, there are different ways to learn and understand new information. Every child has different learning preferences. For example, some learn better by hearing whilst others by doing. As a mother of two children who completely differ in their learning styles, during lockdown I have been really focusing […]