Welcome to the first week of our Curious Little Monkeys Homeschool Schedule! To get the most out of this, grab a cuppa and sit down and first read the Guidance For Parents and Implementing Activities info in this article, then be inspired by the Activities (separate post, released every Sunday) and . . .
This is the second in our weekly post of fun and engaging 'Curious Little Monkey' activities for primary children! You can either use these activities as and when you like, or as part of our weekly homeschool timetable for children (available to download for free at the bottom of this post). These . . .
Hello everyone- I hope you are all well and coping as best as you can given the strange circumstances we find ourselves in. If you haven't already, do join the support group that a friend and I have set up on Facebook, Homeschooling During Coronavirus, for regularly updated activity ideas and . . .
Here is the first in a weekly series of easy, cross-curricular activities that will keep your little ones engaged and stimulated, by Laura McCartney (qualified teacher, founder of Curious Little Monkeys learning group and homeschooling Mum of 4). Try to relax about . . .
It's all anyone is talking about at the moment, and it's beginning to affect day to day life for people across the world- the Coronavirus means that many children are staying home from school, either through mandatory school shut-downs or voluntary social distancing. If your child's school isn't . . .
Travelling together as a family with children can be an immensely rewarding experience, as we found out when we took our three young children on a year-long backpacking trip around Asia. Our family on the beach on Christmas Day Family travel can also be challenging and stressful. Not only are . . .
Welcome- and firstly, a *massive* virtual hug to all of you parents who have chosen to read this post. Given the title I would imagine that you are in a painful, distressing situation where your child is unhappy or not thriving at school, and you may be thinking of homeschooling them. Because . . .
Travelling with children can be a wonderful experience, full of 'Kodak moments' and memory making. It can also be a challenge, especially if you have a particularly anxious child. We backpacked for a year around Asia with our three children aged 6, 5 and 2, and we came up with a ton of hacks to . . .
Making the most of Koh Phangan with kids There are several great reasons to visit Koh Phangan with kids. Our three kids were just 2, 5 and 6 when we travelled through Thailand for 2 months and we enjoyed the vast majority of our time there. There are lots of popular destinations for families . . .
What to Prepare and What to Do Before Your USA Trip So you want to visit the good ole 'U S of A', eh? Maybe you’ve watched some Hollywood movies and want to experience all the bright lights & high profile celebrities for yourself. Or perhaps you’re a fan of rock and roll, the blues, country . . .