Unschooling

Unschooling can be mutually respectful, co-creative, and full of rich connections. Discover how unschooling is NOT meant to be a chaotic free-for-all, and learn from us!

This post is about unschooling, which is not to be confused with; how to pleasantly coerce your child to do schoolwork how to get your kids to do…
I think many parents tend to view their kids as an extension of themselves, as an embodiment of their values, or evidence that they believe/do/feel the…
Unschooling, defined? How we’re different: Unschoolers believe similar broad concepts about the nature of children and of learning, that set us slightly…
Back in 2003, when I first discovered unschooling, it seemed too good to be true - until someone brought up the dark side. This question was posed on a…
by Krystal Trammell Originally published in a traditional homeschooling magazine that’s now out-of-print, c. 2012 I think no one’s ever ready for…
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When I was a new mama, my mom used to always remind me of a memorable phrase from a book she had when I was little: CHILDREN SPELL LOVE, ‘T - I - M …
In homeschooling circles, someone will invariably share that their 8 year old is at a 6th-grade reading level already, and everybody gushes approval…
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