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How to Prepare Your Car for Winter

When Old Man Winter comes knocking on the door, you would be wise to have already made sure your vehicle was ready for the harsh conditions. Winter preparations can be fairly easy if you’re pretty good about keeping up with regular maintenance on your vehicle. Check out all the winter preparations suggestions available at Cars.com including these main items that must be checked before the … =>

A Room of One’s Own – Why a Shed Can be a Good Writing Investment

When I first started out writing, as a hobby and unpaid, I began as perhaps most writer’s do – from the comfort of my own little desk. Set up in the corner of our kitchen, I would retreat to my desk whenever there was a spare minute during the evening. A place to spread all my writing paraphernalia, this was where I could switch off … =>

How Should You Choose Your Primary History Subjects?

There are a whole host of history modules you can choose to teach at KS1 and KS2. It’s wonderful to have such a rich array of choices, but choosing between them can be tricky. This is especially the case if you’re a home educator who can’t rely on the choices made by colleagues. However, there are a few things you can do to make the … =>

Encouraging Our Kids to See the Real Picture

With the arrival of the twenty-first century saw the advancement of some amazing technology. Smart phones, tablets and gaming consoles in abundance. Alongside this new technology also came the introduction of apps, especially social media apps. =>

5 ways to help your child to be bilingual

When we look at children, in that instance, it seems almost impossible to imagine them growing up and becoming a communicating, learning person – let alone one that can speak several languages. Here are four steps to encourage your little one to be a polyglot child. Family agreement Family agreement is possibly the most crucial part in this process. An insecure partner might fear being … =>

Life in the top flight

Rebecca O’Connor and Will Govan run The Moth magazine and an international poetry prize from the unlikely setting of a Cavan farmhouse, but wouldn’t have it any other way, they tell Eithne Shortall =>