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.
Take a peek at the bookshelves of an unschooling family that loves books of all sorts.
There is so much to be learned from knowing more about people than their two-sentence summary of accomplishments, and so many ways to get into the real experiences of those people. That’s what the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling With Biographies explores.
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.
Here’s a look at what the Conciliottoman family has been doing, radical unschooling style, in August 2014: books, movies, a trip to Pittsburgh, an alpaca show, the 4-H Fair and more.
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.
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 reading, writing, spelling, grammar and comprehension happen in our lives.
One of the “learning kicks” we’ve been on this year has been chemistry, specifically its history (from alchemy to the present) and the periodic table. Here are some of the coolest books, movies, trips and more we’ve incorporated into our learning!
Radical unschooling is awesome. We don’t require a lot of “school supplies” in a traditional sense, but there are some must-haves we count on.
Our unschooling lifestyle doesn’t lend itself to a school “room.” But you know what we do have? Lots of spaces where learning happens. Here’s the tour!