June Events post

June Events post

For those who may not be members of NCHENZ, you might want to join up and receive neat things like this monthly guide to what’s on.  Our marvellous treasurer / IT guru has started compiling these each month and I think they’re a great addition […]

Techno-planning at the Patch

Techno-planning at the Patch

I came across a very timely blog post at These Temporary Tents today about using Evernote as both a planning tool and a recording tool for home education. I have been rethinking how I go about some aspects of our home educating, especially around how […]

A New Teaching Resource

For most of last year we had a pretty regular rhythm of events in our home educating lives.  One of those rhythms was the fact that we had ‘Film Friday’.  Each Friday morning we would head out to our local video store and pick up […]

Montessori Inspired Activities for Pre-Schoolers

No doubt you will all remember me talking about the great changes we were able to make around our place by doing the My Organised Chaos course with Jo Ebisujima a little over a  year ago. Well I’m here to tell you about her new […]

National Council of Home Educators New Zealand

I thought I would share a great resource if you happen to be a home educator in New Zealand.  It is the National Council of Home Educators New Zealand. If you click through on the logo to the left you will be taken to a […]

Art Detectives

Today’s Thursday Adventure Club* outing was to Te Papa Tongarewa, known simply as Te Papa. I had let my fingers do the walking and found an interesting link on their site, at the bottom of the What’s on for kids page.  The Family Trails. I […]