Explore a month in the life of an unschooling family, including building a drawing portfolio for tattoo artistry, Shakespeare, Dungeons and Dragons, The Diary of Anne Frank and more.
Check out a slice of life from the 18th birthday of the most awesome unschooler in the world, Sarah Otto of Unschool RULES!
I can’t believe it, but we are celebrating the 18th birthday of our favorite unschooler in March 2018. She’s notoriously hard to buy for; while she’s got some interests and hobbies (hello yes please give her every tchotchke related to the Walking Dead and also she loves shirts so much her closet is scary), she’s […]
A great homeschooling Arizona field trip includes stops at the Superstition Serpenterium, Karchner Caverns, Tombstone and Bearizona, as well as time in the desert.
Looking for a fun family writing project? Try imagining what would happen if your household items came to life and became sentient beings!
Unschooling in December 2017 was mostly centered around a broken hip, but also included great conversations about economics and genetics and the start of a cross-country trip.
Gratitude starts with recognizing the good things that happen every day. A Good Things Jar is a great project to help you and your family cultivate gratitude by noticing and celebrating the good in everyday life.
Unschooling in September 2017 included theater, guitar lessons, documenting a day in our lives, weird medical questions, our Jacuzzi tub and more.
Norman Reedus is my teenage daughter’s hero. And, because he lived up to and crazily surpassed her expectations in their short meeting, he’s mine too.
We don’t do grade levels, but if you’re wondering what radical unschooling 12th grade-ish style looks like, here’s our 17-year-old daughter’s plan.