Sarah Doberska, Author at Homeschooling

    Articles by Sarah Doberska

    Cats And Dogs

    Truths About Cats And Dogs

    Have you ever wondered how these animals came to be favoured, tamed and trained as pets to live alongside us?


    Musicals And Their Magic

    Jon Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera, written in 1728, is believed to be the first true example of a musical.

    Book recommendations

    Libraries In Our Digital Age

    Libraries have employed technological innovations to their advantage, significantly enhancing their offerings and services for their users.

    The Nile

    Uncovering The Secrets Of The Nile

    The Nile is of vital importance in particular to Egypt, where more than 95% of the population lives within a few miles of the banks of the river.

    Cornish Pasty

    Cornish Pasty, Anyone?

    Only a pasty made in Cornwall can legally be called a Cornish pasty!

    Downton Abbey

    Why Is Downton Abbey So Popular?

    Perhaps one of the biggest attractions for today’s audience is the ever-popular interplay between rich and poor that forms the basis of so many successful historical dramas. As a nation, we are, and have always been, fascinated by social class.

    Early bird

    Early Bird Or Night Owl?

    Why is it that some people are up with the lark, raring to start their day, while others find a later start and later bedtime suits them better?


    Eat Well Equals Study Well

    Foods containing lots of Vitamin C are essential, not only for improving your brain’s agility, but also for helping to regulate and manage any study-related stress or anxiety.


    Spotlight On… Alexander Graham Bell

    Bell made the first ever spoken telephone call on 10th March, 1876.

    Marie Curie

    Spotlight On… Marie Curie

    Marie won the Nobel Prize twice – once in 1903 and again in 1911.