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Why Teaching Filipino Is Important

Growing up, I learned Tagalog through my everyday conversations but admittedly, I loved English more. I would choose Dickens over Balagtas. When I pondered why, I realized it’s because English was living for me. Filipino was not. My Nanay filled our home with books, ranging from novels to Christian books to encyclopedias. Our family car… Continue reading Why Teaching Filipino Is Important

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Studying the Trees: Tree Hunt at UP Diliman

“It is infinitely well worth the mother’s while to take some pains every day to secure, in the first place, that her children spend hours daily amongst rural and natural objects; and, in the second place, to infuse into them, or rather, to cherish in them, the love of investigation..." -Charlotte Mason We have been… Continue reading Studying the Trees: Tree Hunt at UP Diliman

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Studying the Stars: Our Homeschool Night at Pag-Asa

"When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them?" Psalm 8:3-4 Our daughter Macy has always been fascinated with stars. Because this week's story is about Abraham,… Continue reading Studying the Stars: Our Homeschool Night at Pag-Asa