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.
We don’t do grade levels. We don’t do textbooks. Here’s our unschooling plan for what we might do in what is something like our “eighth-grade” year.
Neil Armstrong would have celebrated his 83rd birthday on Aug. 5, 2013. He passed away in 2012, but his legacy still teaches us much about exploration.
Annie Oakley was born Aug. 13, 1860, and her story remains fascinating even more than 150 years later. Here’s a look at Annie in celebration of her birthday month!
These 10 books about learning from life and the philosophy of education should challenge and inspire you no matter your family’s learning style – homeschoolers, public-schoolers, parents of toddlers or teens.
This week, as part of the iHomeschool Network’s 10 * in * 10 series, I’m sharing 10 must-read books. Yes, with all I read, I CAN narrow it down to 10. I promise.
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.
I’m part of a great ebook titled “iBlog: Everything You Need to Know About Blogging from 30 Top Bloggers.” There is a ton of great advice available here!