Our homeschool group
. . . . is an international
blend of cultures,
languages, religions, and
Macey and Matthew building a volcano for
science—Jolee and Julia observing
Bennett’s;unit;studies;for;science,;study-ing subjects such as volcanoes, dolphins,
or lighthouses, two afternoons a week
while;Julia;takes;a;nap.;The;older;chil-dren read books for school or of their
an hour of “electronic time.” On most
evenings we have soccer, gymnastics,
swimming, or basketball practice.
We take the last day of the week,
(DUNEHA) activities: beach meet-
up, book club, art class, or field trips.
If there are no activities planned, we
read through D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek
Myths while coloring stained-glass
pictures of gods and goddesses, work on
work on an art project. Our homeschool
group has approximately sixty families
participating. It is an international blend
of cultures, languages, religions, and
educational practices. The one thing
we all have in common is the desire to
educate our children, ourselves, at home.
the pool or attending a soccer game.
Churches are permitted in certain areas,
but proselytizing is strictly prohibited.
With the call to prayer, which is sent
forth;five;times;a;day,;local;mosques;re-mind us that we are visitors in a Muslim
thankful that we serve a God Who does
not limit the times nor direct the words
practices;here,;mainly;Hindu;and;Bud-dhist, have made us appreciate our faith
One of the main reasons we agreed to
move to Dubai was for the international
Complete interactive music
theory and ear training
software with accompanying multimedia textbook
(also available separately
as an iBook). The individual
Student Edition is now
available to homeschool
students at the academic
price of $45.
“A masterpiece of musical pedagogy”
— Education Update