Bermuda Homeschooler

Things to do, places to see, how to keep your child interested and eager to learn. The joys and tears of educating your own in the world.

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Things to do, places to see, how to keep your child interested and eager to learn.  Plus, details on personal triumphs and failures… (ie. I thought it was going to go like this, but my child had no interest and wanted to do this instead).  The joys and tears of educating your own in the world.

3 Responses to “About”

  1. Dee Dee said

    My husband is currently under consideration for employment in Bermuda. I have been hs’ing our daughter for a couple of years and plan to continue. Are there any hs’ing groups in Bermuda?

    Thank you for any contact information.
    Dee Dee
    April 9, 2007

  2. Good evening. Have you moved to Bermuda yet? There are no homeschooling organizations on the island although some homeschoolers keep in touch via email. Please contact me at nicole_stovell@Yahoo.ca
    The Youth Library carries a phenomenal magazine called “Life Learning.” You may want to check it out.

  3. Maria said

    I would be interested in putting my six years old in homeschooling in bermuda.
    If anyone knows about a teacher that would do, please let me know.

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