Homeschooling – A Father's Heartbeat

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How to Start Homeschooling In India?

We have found many parents who are eager to educate their children at home often confused about what is the process involved in getting started…

Homeschooling Journey of Virdi Family (Ranjit, Linnet, Joash & Nathan)

An Interview with a Homeschooling family & dear friends from Thane, Maharashtra – India. Virdi Family has been homeschooling their boys since last 2 years…

The Endless Human Quest

I guess most of us would agree that we spend a lot of our time and energy looking for answers to our questions about life,…

The Helicopter Parents

There are two types of parents and the way they bring up their children. The first type of parents are the overprotective types, they are…

‘The Original Mind’ Development

When we were children we experienced the world differently with open minds and originals ideas. The things we ignore these days and take for granted…

Homeschooling in India Reason #2 – To Avoid Unhealthy Competition

In my previous articles on homeschooling “Homeschooling in India – The Starting point”and “Homeschooling in India Reason #1 – To Bridge learning styles” I shared the…

Practical Homeschooling and our Parenting Journey

I want to share about what homeschooling looks like for us. It’s not possible to talk about homeschooling and not talk about our faith because…

Our Homeschooling Curriculum So Far

When it comes to homeschooling, parents often inquire about what kind of curriculum we follow to which we respond that we pick and choose between different…

Homeschooling in India Reason #3 – To Nurture Creativity

“Throughout the world, companies, and organizations are trying to compete in a world of economic and technological change that is moving faster than ever. As…

Homeschooling in India Reason #1 – To Bridge Learning Styles

In my previous post (Homeschooling in India – The Starting Point) I shared with you the starting point of our home school journey. Here I want…

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