As home schooling rolls into a second week, Our Kent Family are finding there is one noticeable addition to life at home.
Halfway through their first week and Our Kent Family took a virtual school trip.
Day2: As the sun shines, Our Kent Family tackle online sporting skills and Premier League learning.
Our Kent Family home schooling blog Day 1: Snacks, Hungry Caterpillars and Joe Wicks
As thousands of parents prepare to home school their children from next week, we're launching a new blog to share one family's experiences.
In an interview with bloggers Our Kent Family, Cbeebies Mister Maker shares jokes, tales of growing up in Medway and why panto in the county is best.
Free school visits, pizza parties and food adventures. Our Kent Family spent a morning with Pizza Express at one of its newest Kent restaurants:
Rescue an awful half term for weather with Awful Auntie live on stage!
Charlie O'Brien Blog: Feeling the heat already? Here's some great ways for keeping babies and small kids chilled in the sun
From my baby's chubby rolls to that first smile, there's so much I'm going to miss about not being a new mum anymore
The Charlie O'Brien Blog: Now spring is in the air, here's what's on my 2018 days out hit list
Scruffy joggers, no Easter crafts and toast and chocolate for tea. Charlie O'Brien talks about the realities social media rarely shares:
Our Kent Family capture their dreams in a mixture of drawings, baubles and crafts at Kent BFG exhibition.
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