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Train Dad - Papa na, Titser Pa

Train Dad – Papa na, Titser Pa

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Train Dad is all about Home Education & Parenting. It is being a parent and an educator (to our own kids) at the same time. It is about learning without borders because we believe that the world is our classroom. We have the freedom what we choose to teach and learn.

Homeschooling is a lifestyle. It is not for everyone. Those are seeing the positive outcomes of home education from others may not have the time to spend with their own kids. They end up bringing their kids to a traditional school and learn the same topics together with his or her classmates.

And yes, Socialization. Homeschoolers are being criticized for the lack of it. In contrast, we see homeschoolers as more friendly, outgoing and a team-player compared to most kids in the traditional school. Actually, it is not really a battle of traditional school vs homeschool. Having a smart, God-loving and friendly kids can be a result of intentional parenting. Take note – intentional parenting. Those parents who have the intention to teach their children the most important things in life will see their child blossom into an asset of the society.

Intro to biking without the training wheels

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Also known as stabilisers, the training wheels help the child learn the very basics of biking. These training wheels are usually placed at the back of a kiddie bicycle. It helps in maintaining the balance of the bike and let the child maneuver with ease. Today, marks another milestone for Sam. He was brave enough to tell me to remove the training wheels and start practicing to bike with just the two wheels and balance…

Food serving practice

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By ordering his own food and bringing the tray on his own he is already practicing food service. If he wants to pursue a career in Hotel and Restaurant Management, this is something he will be doing often. Yes, even managers and owners serve their customers.  In this spontaneous activity, he also understands the value of money and a little subtraction. He usually orders the 55-pesos 1-pc Burger Steak Meal in Jollibee. We jus give…

Spinning Top using Lego Robotics

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Today’s activity is making a spinning top using Lego blocks. The same motor is used in most of the activities but the designs are being changed to come up with a different function. I remembered my Computer Interfacing subject in College. We were able to control LED lights, Servo and Stepper Motors and other electronics. The problem with hard-coding in C++ or Turbo Pascal is that you have to find a small error to make…

15 random words a day

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By letting him browse the dictionary and read 15 different words everyday, I am confident that he will be able to widen his vocabulary. The children’s illustrated dictionary we recently bought in Book Sale is a great addition to our very small library of books. We will add more to this library gradually by purchasing quality and affordable books from book stores.

McDonald’s Kiddie Crew Workshop 2017

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Do you want your son or daughter to become a team player? Do you want them to know the basic household chores? Do want them to learn more about Customer Service, Food Preparation and Cleanliness? Then sign up for the McDonald’s Kiddie Crew Workshop 2017 now! There is a limit to the kids who are allowed to join in each batch so the earlier you register, the better for you to get the desired schedule….

This page is last updated on Mar 29, 2017 @ 1:37 pm