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.
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.
Check out our (not-back-to) school pictures, sort of ninth-grade-ish style, this year set in Pittsburgh. We can’t wait for the year ahead!
Ashar had a great time hula-hooping on video with her hoop made from recycled irrigation tubing.
Ashar has LOVED the Lego Bricks 4 Kidz junior robotics camps. Here’s a photo scrapbook of her with some of her new friends.
The best advice for starting homeschooling? TRUST. Here are some other good pieces of wisdom that were passed our way.
We’re trying to make the most of our house’s space, now that I’m working from home and we’re homeschooling. Here’s a look at how we created a rec room and a craft space.
Some snippets from our unschooling life in late May 2012 included an impromptu car wash, Sculpey clay and postcard sorting.
A great time in Pennsylvania? A night at the tractor pull. Here’s a photo scrapbook of our fun night out with our best friends.
We don’t really “do” curriculum, but we made one big splurge at a local used-curriculum fair – a gigantic timeline of history.