I will point out, before we start, that this has been done by me playing and typing, playing and typing etc etc. There may be transcription errors where I've misheard something, or mistyped something. You can listen to the show yourself at the moment here, segment starts 2 hr 33 minutes in. I … [Read more...] about Transcript of interview with Cllr Richard Watts on BBC Radio 4 Today show, 16th November. Topic – increase in number of home educated children.
Today I was listened to by an audiologist. This isn't a first for me - I've been to many audiology appointments over the course of my life, starting at around the age of 5 when my teachers accused me of not paying attention in class, and I said I couldn't hear, and they said of course you can, we'll … [Read more...] about On being heard.
Disclosure: The product was provided free for review. It's all about tech these days, and while knowing how to use it is one thing, knowing how to program it is a whole other aspect. I admit to having a slight head start in this area, as an ex programmer, but the way I learnt to program, on a ZX81 … [Read more...] about BBC micro:bit from PiHut – a great #HomeEducation resource
Reviewed by Tigerboy. It was really funny and I liked the end. Some of the rhyming is really good. I really like the illustrations, I saw new things in them each time I read it. From the blurb THINGAMANOSE is published in a fun and original format, a much longer picture book, that bridges … [Read more...] about Thingamanose by Lynne Hudson
Disclosure, I was sent a copy of this book free for review, links may be affiliate depending on whether I have them set up right. First impressions of the book are that it's bright, cheerful and sturdy. Which is good, as there's a good chance you'll be reading this quite a bit. Also, the words … [Read more...] about Mini Monsters Can I Play by Caryl Hart and Tony Neal. #blogtour