We visited a Waldorf school this week and took part in the kindergarten session. We enjoyed the freedom of playing outside and the gentle rhythm of the flowing morning session. Toad learnt to finger knit too.
Meanwhile, we’ve hatched and killed some triops and frogger and toad share their weekly highlights.
Spring is well and truly in the air at the Home Education Podcast. We’ve been to Whitby Bookshop to spend our World Book Day vouchers and share what Frogger and Baby G decided to buy and why. We also chat about whether books are better than films.
If you’re new to Home Ed it can be easy to stock buy lots of things that might prove to be futile, we share our Top 5 Essential Purchases to save you time, effort and money.
We continue to develop our Steiner Circle Time, sharing stories and songs that you might wish to try out. Even Frogger and Toad like a good action song.
Frogger shares her weekly highlight and we share a helpful planning idea.
Continuing our exploration into the Steiner philosophy, we share his ideas on home made toys and their value to young children.
Charlotte Mason dismissed ‘twaddle’ and promoted living books.
What makes a book living and why are these books important.
Absent minded comments from friends remind us of some of the common home educating misconceptions.
It’s Pancake day (Also known as Shrove Tuesday). We discuss the pancake’s symbolic ingredients and our favourite ingredients.
We share a quick and easy playdoh recipie.
And join Frogger and Toad for their ‘Scores Of The Week’