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.
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 history, geography and world cultures, traditionally thought of as “social studies,” happen in our lives.
Sarah is the proud owner of a GIGANTIC wall map of the world, thanks to our church clearing out its former library. She’s thrilled!
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 learn about history and geography.
A 1920 geography textbook led to an amazing project for Sarah and Chris, involving analysis from Native Americans to the Amish.