contains affiliate/sponsored links This week in our child-led homeschool… You probably noticed last week that I have started to include Australian Curriculum links. I really wanted to show you how you can meet curriculum outcomes (whether you are in Australia or elsewhere) without using bookwork or worksheets. It’s also not necessary (unless you are required to […]
I am not quite sure how it started, like with most of Jack’s (4.5 yrs) interests, I seem to miss the initial wonderings, those first few questions that start to unfold during his play, but he has been interested in houses and architecture for a little while now. Jack’s investigation of houses has seen us […]
I am really happy to join with four of my lovely blogging friends for a new ongoing fortnightly series: Exploring Reggio. The Reggio Emilia Approach has principles which can guide our (the parents/ mentors/ teachers) practice as well as the way we respond to and interact with children. But as you know, it’s not a method. There […]
This week… project 52 A snapshot of our week, our everyday story ….. If you feel inspired to share a moment from your week, please leave a comment with your link below or pop over to Instragram and use the hashtag #p52thisweek. I’m kate_aneverydaystory. Hope to see you there. *Joining in with The Boy and Me.
Spring is such a beautiful time in Canberra. As if a little reward for making it through winter, Canberra puts on Floriade; a month long celebration of Spring. Thousands and thousands of tulips all intricately planted into different designs, together with poppies and daffodils and pansies, make for a gorgeous day out. We’ve been twice […]
I think winter is behind us now. Each day is warmer than the next and we are finding ourselves being drawn outside more and more. My time as playgroup facilitator at our Reggio-inspired playgroup has come to an end. It was such a wonderful experience, having the opportunity to create beautiful activities for little ones. Thank you to all those who shared […]