Launching the sub-column “Girl Talk” with a bang, THG editors Eunice & Liz take on the very sub column’s title like the original creators they are. In “Girl Talk”, you can expect real, heartfelt conversation from different girls with varying backgrounds. By girls for girls, consider us your gal pals reaching out over the screen […]Read more "Girl Talk: Womanhood"
By Emily Grace Seow The school year is coming to a close and I wonder if I’m ready for it to end? I have always said that I was almost done–long before I was even close–and I’m getting kind of sick of it. However, this time it’s for real. I am writing this article with […]Read more "End of year Goals"
By Seraphina Chong I’ll admit that before I entered the mind-blowing world of apologetics, I thought that it was reasonable for people to believe in evolution. I knew it was wrong, but still, why couldn’t it take billions of years for an ape to change into a human? However, after the authors of the apologetic […]Read more "Because I Didn’t Want to Just Say, “I Believe”"
The Homeschool Gazette sits down with former homeschooler Tan Tze Xuan who is currently studying in Polytechnic on his transition from home to school. THG: In what way do you feel homeschooling has or has not prepared you well for poly? I feel that homeschooling prepared me well to give presentations in poly. Warriors and […]Read more "Homeschool to Polytechnic"
An interview with homeschool mother, folk singer-songwriter, and organiser behind Singapore’s annual Homeschool Convention: Dawn Fung Liz: Right off the bat, what is your top design tip? Homeschool Mom Dawn Fung: Light and nature are very important elements in a home because they come from a place where you come from as well. You need […]Read more "Step Inside a Homeschool Home"
By Kristen Lin Picture this: you’re in a bustling hospital; it’s full of people having different days of their lives; some of them, the best day of their lives, some, the worst; some, their first day, some, their last. Suddenly, a set of extremely strong lungs give out an extremely high-pitched sound. What could it […]Read more "Yes, It’s Another Boy"
By studybug It’s time to head back to school! Trying to convince your homeschooling child to return to work may be difficult; they may not want to transition from days of being allowed to do what they want to, to the monotony of schoolwork and a fixed schedule. It may be difficult even for the […]Read more "Transitioning Back to School"