Review: Fuller Academy

Lately, I’ve been chatting with Les Zulauf from Fuller Academy. Les and his team are excited to reach out to the Homeschooling Community to offer a dynamic program that follows an interdisciplinary, project-based model much like the unit study approach used by many Homeschoolers. Aptly described by Les, Fuller is like Homeschool without the workContinue reading “Review: Fuller Academy”

Ontario Homeschool Guidelines Demystified

Chances are if you’ve been hanging around Homeschooling sites, blogs and social media for the past few months, you have heard the ongoing discussion about what “permissions” are required to Homeschool in Ontario. Welcome!!! If you are a new Homeschooling parent and your children previously attended a Public or Catholic school, the school staff mayContinue reading “Ontario Homeschool Guidelines Demystified”

COVID-schooling and ponderings on life in isolation.

Well, my friends, here we are in the middle of a pandemic and everyone is in isolation.  We are working and educating in family units, at home.  Is this what homeschooling usually looks like?  Nope, not at all.  We are unhappy as well about not hanging out with friends, playing sports and freely wandering theContinue reading “COVID-schooling and ponderings on life in isolation.”

Happy Tomorrow!

In Ontario, tomorrow is the “First Day of School” for those attending Public and Catholic Schools.  For us, it is also a “First Day of School” but it looks alot like many other Tuesdays.  Tomorrow we will investigate things that make us curious, continue to develop necessary life skills and be together.  These are theContinue reading “Happy Tomorrow!”