Engage Your 5th Grade Traveler!

You’ve been talking about this vacation for years. You’ve saved the money and hoarded your days off from work. Your fifth grader is even, finally, old enough to savor the sights. It’s a dream! There’s just one teeny problem: about five hundred miles in the car, each way. Of course, it’s wonderful to think about […]

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Using Travel to Teach Life Lessons: Key Reasons to Take Your Kids with You on Trips

Traveling is not only a great way for kids to learn life lessons, it’s also a good way for them to pick up new skills, develop an appreciation for other people and other cultures and to expand their horizons. An important thing to remember when you’re traveling with kids, make sure you have enough money […]

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His Own YouTube Channel

My son loves to watch YouTube videos of Minecraft for some time now. I noticed that he is very interested in it and thought that he would be interested to make his own YouTube channel. It turns out, he actually wants to make his own videos. He just feels shy and clueless about the whole […]

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National Homeschool Day!

On March 3, we are celebrating the first ever National Homeschool Day. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Building Up the Philippines, One Family at a Time.” All homeschoolers in the Philippines are invited to participate in the different activities to make Filipinos more aware of homeschooling in the country. #HAPIday2017 is organized by HAPI […]

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No Boredom Zone: Camping Games and Activities for Kids of All Ages

There are loads of ways you and your kids can have fun when you’re camping. Some of the most enjoyable activities are also the simplest. Here are some ways to inject a ton of fun into a camping trip using games, crafts and activities that engage and delight. A Scavenger Hunt This is a great […]

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