Unschooling in June 2017 was all about Shakespeare’s The Tempest, plus hiking, Plato’s Republic, a swimming hole, cool new books and many stuffed penguins.
We don’t do grade levels, but if you’re wondering what radical unschooling 9th grade-ish style looks like, here’s our 14-year-old daughter’s plan.
In honor of the 195th anniversary of Abner Doubleday’s birth in June 2014, Unschool Rules offers a homeschooling unit study on Doubleday, a Civil War general who was not, contrary to popular belief, the inventor of baseball.
We’ve identified several birds and a special moth in our yard this spring. Here’s what backyard wildlife we found – and how we identified them.
What, your family doesn’t do yoga in the living room at midnight? Well, why not? 🙂 Here’s a look at how “strewing activity” turned into a fun night for our family.
Sarah found a bird’s nest made from our old dryer lint and more in our yard.
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 exercise and build fitness.
Sarah had a great time hula-hooping on video with her hoop made from recycled irrigation tubing.
As an adult, I’m struggling to recapture the magic of summers of my youth. Here’s my “summer wish list.”
In our family’s unschooling life during June 2012, we talked about slugs, mohawks, and who shot first in Star Wars (it’s Han, of course).