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.
So what does a “normal day” look like for radical unschoolers? While there isn’t much of a normal, here’s a look at some of the things we do frequently.
What does it mean to be an introvert? It’s more than being “shy,” and it’s not a less-desirable personality type by far. See what makes our family tick.
Critics of radical unschooling sometimes challenge both our learning style and our parenting style. Here’s how we respond!
In a new series on Unschool Rules, every Tuesday, we’re going to feature thought-provoking quotes by great mathematicians and scientists to inspire your family’s learning explorations.
Unschooling parents learn too – in fact, our job is in large part to be interestED and interestING. I’ve been taking an amazing free online course in astrobiology. What are you interested in today?
We said yes to blue streaks for our 12-year-old daughter Sarah’s hair, as well as to making some more rainbow rice!
Sometimes Saying Yes as a mom means going along with things I wouldn’t normally like – such as a superhero movie like The Avengers. Guess what? I liked it!
When should your preteen or teen get a cell phone? Here’s how we made our decision and the good things that have come from it.
In a three-part series, I look at my own educational background and my daughter’s, and discuss how we came to homeschooling. This is the second part, Sarah’s early childhood.