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Illawarra Homeschooling Group Meet Ups

Posted by on August 2, 2013

Since we are staying put in one place {for too long far as I am concerned!!} we have connected with the most amazing Homeschooling Group in the whole of Australia…..Illawarra Homeschooling Group Meet Ups happen on every second Tuesday, every second Thursday and we have Auskick every Wednesday.

Illawarra Homeschooling Group Meet Ups ::

We don’t mind travelling so we happily travel anywhere – from down to Minnamurra to even Thirroul – we are happy to see as much of the Wollongong area as possible!! And we love meeting other homeschoolers.

Thirroul Beach

This is at Thirroul Beach

We sit in the Playground

Thirroul Beach Pool

 We sit in the Playground ~

while the homeschooling group children have fun

Playing on the Flying Fox

Kyle loves the flying fox

We stay to the very last minute at this playground! Our boys love meeting up the other homeschoolers, and having fun!

Gorgeous Minnamurra

The Beach View at Minnamurra

Love Walking Across To See This ~

Again the Homeschooling group is in the Playground so I make sure we walk to this view before coming home!

Homeschooling Tuesday Group

Beautiful Beach Views

There is something soothing about the Beach ~

And we also love meeting up with Tuesday Homeschooling Group.

just before we head home

sun is going down time to go home

We have been so very fortunate to be here in Wollongong, meeting other Homeschoolers….our days are now full and we are able to see our boys social skills come into play, and we are hearing from other families how they homeschool.

Do You Meet Other Homeschoolers For Group Meet Ups?

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13 Responses to Illawarra Homeschooling Group Meet Ups

  1. Muza-chan

    Beautiful photos :)
    Muza-chan recently posted..A Japanese Song per Day: KOH+ – Kiss Shite

  2. Marcia

    This is a great way to make sure your children meet others of the same age and interact socially, and a stunning location for a meetup.
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    • Lisa

      It was a fantastic place for homeschooling meet ups, and the families were all so very nice :)

  3. Leigh

    In my mind homeschooling has got to be challenging. I think meet-ups like this sound fantastic – good for parents and kids and who knows what you might pick up from others. What a lovely part of the world to be exploring!
    Leigh recently posted..Baffin Island Backpacking: Across the Arctic Circle in Photos

    • Lisa

      Homeschooling used to be very challenging but now days I am really comfortable with our system.

      Meeting other like minded people was so very good – it helped our boys to mix with others their own age :)

  4. Dana Carmel @ Time Travel Plans

    I absolutely love Meetups. I participate in a monthly volunteering meetup and in a monthly book club meetup. Glad that you’re able to connect with other homeschoolers so that you can share challenges and ideas!
    Dana Carmel @ Time Travel Plans recently posted..Cappadocia: Selime Monastery

    • Lisa

      A monthly volunteering meetup sounds great – book clubs would be so very fascinating.

      Our boys loved the Wollongong area and loved meeting others who also homeschooled with the same style. It sure helps for kids to meet other kids the same age and interest :)

  5. Little Gumnut

    somehow I forget that you are homeschooling the boys in amongst all of the other things you do! Great that you can find groups to meet up with wherever you are.
    Little Gumnut recently posted..An emerald in the custard

    • Lisa

      Yeah we were so very lucky to be in the Wollongong area and to meet so many amazing people ;)

  6. Seana - Sydney, Kids, Food + Travel

    Hello, what lovely photos of your area. My sister home educated her twins for all of primary school and they had a great social life. I can really see the attractions, 1:1 is such a great way to teach and experiential learning lasts the longest.
    Seana – Sydney, Kids, Food + Travel recently posted..Brain Boosting Podcasts For Mums – Guest Posting at Village Voices

    • Lisa

      We were so very lucky to have the best area to explore and the best few years for so many wonderful adventures.
      One on One style of teaching is really ideal, especially when we follow our childrens interest – wished schools would do more of “Learning through interest”. Good on your sister :)

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