There is never a better time of the year than Yuletide to give thanks for the gift of life. No families celebrate this truth in reality, more than homeschoolers do often blessed in larger households with their many, many bundles of joy. Life, however it is gifted, in whatever form it comes, is precious and […]Read more "The Gift of Life"
Wordart is a joint project of two good friends, Asher and myself, the one he calls Caroline. Asher has the bigger role of creating his beautiful, God-inspired works of art for each Bible story. My role is to write the words that summarise and reflect on the Bible passages, to complement each one […]Read more "WordArt by Asher"
Christmas is all about family and friends, coming together to celebrate what is undoubtedly the best time of the year. For many, this season isn’t merely about Christmas lights, food and gifts but it is a time of reflection and thankfulness for the abundant blessings and goodness in our lives. We have been taught that […]Read more "Tidings of Comfort and Joy – Giving Back to the Community"
Her’s is a story about a mother’s conviction to break stereotypes and the self-belief of her teenage daughter, who showed why “merit” has more weight than “marks”. An “unschooled” teen rejected from India’s top science school gets into MIT. “We are a middle-class family. Malvika was doing well in school but somehow I felt that […]Read more "Rejected “Unschooled” Teen goes to MIT"
The results are out! THG appreciates the efforts of the writers, many in the midst of PSLE preparations. We hope they enjoyed the interactive play with their families, especially Sean Lim who got to be the King for the day. The winning stories will be published in the next couple of issues, in no particular ranking. […]Read more "“Write-a-Fairytale” Contest – Results and Photos"
On 2 November 2011, a group of homeschoolers enjoyed a poem-able time with Uncle Francis at the Seletar Reservoir. An excellent place for inspiration, creative juices flowed and the result is VIOLA! Do enjoy the slideshow. Thanks, Mom Littly for organising the workshop & the slides. What a Wonderful World by Aaron Fong, […]Read more "Poetry with a Zookeeper"