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How I Enrolled in 113 Coursera Certificate-Earning Courses for FREE

Including courses from Yale, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, Princeton, Berklee, etc., as well as courses that you can actually learn along with your kids, like Dino 101

Why Reading Logs Are a Terrible, Terrible, Terrible Idea

Did I mention that it’s terrible? Is it ever a good idea to turn something people *love* to do into something they *have* to do?

Categorized as Books Tagged

Dear Young People

Don’t apologize for being yourself.

7 Best Books for Boys Who Love to Read (or to Get Them Started)

Great books for boys — and girls too!

5 Reasons Why It’s a Bad Idea to Do Your Kids’ Schoolwork

When we do our kids’ schoolwork and have them pass it off as their own, what are we teaching them?

Categorized as Parenting

How to Offer Mass Intentions Online (Basilica Minore del Sto Nino de Cebu)

It’s very easy to fill up the online form of the Basilica Minore del Santo Nino de Cebu for mass intentions so don’t be intimidated. It’s free and you can submit as many mass intentions as you like.

Montessori for Elementary: Keeping Interactions Positive at Home

Having majored in Psychology in college, I tend to be a bit skeptical about parenting advice — not because I think I know better, but because I’ve had to read the [sometimes contradictory] writings of so many people who think they know better. But beyond the trends in parenting wisdom are timeless pearls that we can all subscribe to in order to nurture positive interactions at home.

Montessori for Elementary: Getting Into The Nitty Gritty of Lessons with the Montessori Work Cycle

The Montessori elementary work cycle consists of: (1) Lessons, also called presentations; (2) Follow-up work; (3) Practice work, also known as skill-based work or ongoing work; and (4) Big work, also known as “great work”.

Montessori for Elementary: Making Your Daily Schedule

What does a Montessori homeschooling day look like? We talk about creating a schedule for our child doing home-based learning in this post.

Montessori for Elementary: Homeschooling Multiple Children

I’m taking a short Montessori course for parents who are homeschooling their elementary kids and sharing what I learn here in the blog. This is the seventh article in the series.