What Ever Happened Last Week?

I’ve made some small decisions last week about random stuff. One of which involves homeschooling! It’s liberating to finally complete one homeschooling year! Continue homeschooling Brooklyn as opposed to how I was initially planning for this upcoming SY — to enroll him in FuGen with his former classmates. Write poems daily, random poems… I may […]

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Paper Mache art

Our homeschool year is almost over! Yay! English is not our first language so pardon our weird accent. I just had to flex what Brook has made for his final Art Project. He came over my mom’s house because they allow kids playing watercolors and stuff in their home (as opposed to ours) — whenever […]

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Isolation Days 11&12

I skipped posting an update yesterday, it must be a good sign right? Yes and No. Yes — because I resumed homeschooling Brook since we could potentially be super late. I don’t want to cram hard later. We’re already blessed because our school is quite lenient and has practically given us free reign over the […]

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Homeschool: Start of the Third Quarter

My son’s school started the Third Quarter of the SY after the holiday break and I feel like we haven’t done much for the Second Quarter. I am afraid that his schooling got compromised while we were dealing with all our problems back then but thankfully, we’re now in a good place and we can […]

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The Monkey and the Turtle

Once upon a time there was a turtle who was very kind and patient. He had many friends. Among them was a monkey, who was very selfish. He always wanted to have the best part of everything. One day the monkey went to visit the turtle. The monkey asked his friend to accompany him on a […]

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Juan and The Crabs

Originally posted on Children Story:
In many parts of the Philippines, there are stories about the funny adventures of a naughty, lazy and stupid boy. He is called by different names in different parts of the Philippines. In this story, he is called Juan Pusong, the name by which he is known among the Visayans.…

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