We absolutely could not survive on this unschooling journey without some key resources. Here are the top 10. (Hint: Lots are outside. Some are alive.)
Our 2012 Memorial Day weekend wrapup included being officially “done” with sixth grade, a day at the lake, and a trip to Luray Caverns.
We’re trying to make the most of our house’s space, now that I’m working from home and we’re homeschooling. Here’s a look at how we created a rec room and a craft space.
We don’t have a “homeschool room,” but we have a homeschool house. Here’s a photo tour of what it looks like!
Some snippets from our unschooling life in late May 2012 included an impromptu car wash, Sculpey clay and postcard sorting.
A Pinterest find in another language didn’t stop Sarah, who’s a whiz at Google Translate. She made the lion fortune-teller anyway!
A great time in Pennsylvania? A night at the tractor pull. Here’s a photo scrapbook of our fun night out with our best friends.
Teaching social skills in our family includes our 12-year-old daughter learning about Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.
After reading Lynn Reid Banks’ book “The Indian in the Cupboard,” Sarah decided to act out scenes from the book with cowboy and Indian figures.
Here’s a look at some of the snippets of unschooling and learning in our family during the week of May 6, 2012.