This is a group for all the proud attachment parents. The ones that sleep with their baby, carry their baby or wear them in sling, for the moms that do not practice cry-it-out, do not spank and take a loving, gentle and natural course to parenting.
" Text books are hard to come and quite expensive here ( Northern Ireland). Instead we use good quality children's books and develop our own curriculum - but I do buy Maths books such as Kumon. We also use the internet, online programmes…"
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This is my blog http://youngadventurer.blogspot.co.uk/
I am home educating my 2 boys in Belfast, Northern Ireland - where home education is quite rare. Would love to share…"
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I am a disabled SAHM with two sons , ages 4 and 7. We started home educating due to early school starting age in Northern Ireland - Full time education must begin by age 4 with most childre starting at 3 - or even younger.
We kept home educating because we love it.
I also love children's books - both fiction and non fiction.
What is your blogging philosophy?
My blog is about chidren's books, literacy and home education.
My second Blog is actually written by my 7 year old son as part of his studies and is all about home education.
I have a lareg number of links for homeschool families, tips on literacy and a section for paleontology books for children. More book reviews and home education projects will be coming soon.
I have been blogging since...
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