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Train Dad: Independent Homeschooling

Train Dad - Papa na, Titser Pa

Train Dad – Papa na, Titser Pa

Thank you very much for coming to Train Dad. Google, Facebook and other social media applications should be credited for bringing you here. Thank you very much to your friend or relative if they are the ones who referred you to this website.

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.

Practice before first Piano Recital

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MUSIC Final practice before his Piano recital. His hand formation still needs improvement and he needs mastery in reading the musical notes. MUSIC Final practice before his Piano recital. His hand formation still needs improvement and he needs mastery in reading the musical notes. Posted by Train Dad on Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Ironman Mask Printout with Eyewear

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He just turned 6 last month and he is now very creative. Yesterday, I taught him how to print on his own. After a few minutes he showed me this. I made an easy navigation button for him so that he can easily print after searching for an image in Google. It’s just like cropping the desired part of the image then choose the desired printer and its settings. Yes, he also type the words…

Sunday is Family Day

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Sundays are always for the family. Today we went to #SugboMercado in CBP but got a bit disappointed because Lasagne Que is not there. There were still other delicious options though. Then we went to Worlds of Fun in SM.

Role-playing at Kidzoona

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The good thing about #kidzoona is that a parent (or guardian) must stay inside the playhouse. Even though I want to go to Ace Hardware, I’m forced to play with him. So, to make use of my time, I taught him many things including role-playing.

Itchy skin after playing

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Kids who like to play outside usually experience itchy skin. Some are allergies come from foods while some are airborne, which we can’t figure out what caused the itchiness. Because of the continuous itching of his skin, Sam had red bumps and got scared that he might turn into a red-colored Hulk. We treated it with Calmoseptine (external) and Allerkid Syrup (internal). The pain and itchiness went away after 10 minutes. The red bumps was…

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