Monthly Archives: March 2012

Day 27 of Homeschooling in the Middle East – More on University/College and Whether Kids Have to Learn Certain Subjects by Certain Ages

I’m posting on the subject of University again. I’ve had some questions from a reader that others might well also have. She asked how I knew whether my kids were well educated in science, geography, maths etc…  And which universities … Continue reading

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Welcome readers from the Philippines! Thank you for visiting and I hope you can stay awhile ;)

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Welcome readers from Switzerland! Thank you for visiting and I hope you can stay awhile ;)

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Day 26 of Homeschooling in the Middle East – My Bibliography: Growing and Evolving. I will update it regularly.

I thought I might write down books I’ve read about homeschooling. I can’t rate them because they are all really useful in different ways. What I’ll do is go back to this post – Day 26 – and periodically update … Continue reading

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And welcome to my new reader/s from Pakistan! One of whose name possibly begins with Z ;) Thank you so much for visiting and please come again! I am so privileged to have you take time out of your busy schedule.

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Welcome to my first readers from Mexico! Please do stay a while and leave a comment if you can!

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Day 25 of Homeschooling in the Middle East – Operant Conditioning and Conformity. Yuck!

Edward’s old school posts a weekly e-newsletter on the school’s website for each grade. They show which children have won prizes e.g. Getting their name into the ‘Book of Stars’ for various things including good behavior and academic achievement. Yuck! … Continue reading

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Ooops! Canada!

Ooops! A total aberration! I forgot to thank everyone from Canada who reads homeschoolingmiddleeast. Canada – where some of my dearest friends live, one of my own nationalities, the country of my son’s birth, the only place in the world where people … Continue reading

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Thank you all for visiting, please do come again soon…

I welcome another 100 readers from Bahrain today, probably again from the group ‘Mums in Bahrain’ and I welcome the very exciting edition of readers from Colombia and France in the last couple of days to add to my longer-term … Continue reading

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Day 24 of Homeschooling in the Middle East – Do kids need toys and if so, which ones?

I follow a blog called ‘Apron Stringz’ written by a fellow homeschooling Mum. I came across her because I try and read as many homeschooling/unschooling blogs/websites as possible. There are hundreds of blogs out there and I have hardly skimmed … Continue reading

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