We don’t do grade levels, but if you’re wondering what radical unschooling 11th grade-ish style looks like, here’s our 16-year-old daughter’s plan.
We don’t do grade levels, but if you’re wondering what radical unschooling 10th grade-ish style looks like, here’s our 15-year-old daughter’s plan.
April commemorates the birth of Leonardo Da Vinci, true Renaissance man who embodied the best of both art and science. Learn more about him in this Leonardo Da Vinci unit study for homeschoolers and unschoolers.
As part of an iHomeschool Network series in January 2014, we’re sharing how our radical unschooling family “teaches” – or, really, learns – language arts, math, science, history and fine arts. Today, find out how art, music, theater, dance and other fine arts happen in our lives.
Blocks aren’t just for little kids – in our family, Sarah, who’s 13, has had an amazing time building airplanes, robots and more with our new BionicBlox!
It’s not such a bad thing if all your kids want to do is play video games. Here’s a look at how we use them in our family to build social skills and encourage creativity.
In our unschooling life during the first week of January, we played a lot of Minecraft and did a lot of scrapbooking. And we relaxed. It was great.
Sarah made some REALLY cool decorations out of our old Christmas cards. Check out photos – and tips for making your own.
We made a miniature gingerbread village thanks to a kit from Wilton. It was a great holiday activity!
After reading the Indian in the Cupboard book series, Sarah developed a passion for researching cowboys and Indians – and made a poster showing some of her favorites!