Hot Housing Toddlers to Read?? Little Miss: a father, a daughter and rocket science (Book Review & Giveaway)

Toddlers that can read… That statements holds a lot of stigma. If you have taught your toddler to read, you must have pressured them with hours and hours of lessons and drills. Right? Wrong!! Nathan Meikle shared the journey of how his daughter learned how to read at the age… Continue reading

10 Steps/Tip to Jump Start Your Child’s Early Education.

So you want to teach your child to read, count, etc. Here are 10 tips to help you on your way. 1) Read Glenn Doman’s books “How To Teach Your Baby to Read” and “How to Multiply Your Baby’s Intelligence.” Glenn Doman has several books out there and feel free… Continue reading

FarFaria Review and GIVEAWAY

Follow my blog with Bloglovin FarFaria is a subscription based library for children 2-9 years old on your tablet or smartphone. It currently includes over 800 titles, with more being added weekly. It is subscription If you have little bookworm at home, and don’t want to keep making daily trips… Continue reading

MACHS Homeschool Conference 2011- Keynote Speaker Andrew Pudewa

What an amazing experience! This weekend I was able to attend our local Christian homeschooling group, MACHS, homeschooling conference. It was held for two days at Calvary Temple in Winnipeg. I have to say this conference was AMAZING. Much to my excitement the keynote speaker was Andrew Pudewa,┬áthe director of… Continue reading

When Right Brain Education Meets Left.

Well I have full force started a right-brain education program for Wesley. We have always done a little right brain education here and there, but not as consistant as I should be. Now this is what we do: – Little Reader – Little Math (both Little Math curriculum and the… Continue reading