A collection of books from Candlewick Press gave our homeschooling family a chance to talk about being different through an exploration of literary rebels throughout history.
Take a peek at the bookshelves of an unschooling family that loves books of all sorts.
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.
During the 2013 Buck-A-Book Week fundraiser, Sarah collected more than $175 for our local literacy council through her reading efforts.
We’re reading about everything from unlikely animal friendships to alchemy this month in our family.
In December 2012, our family read a lot about the American Girl doll Kit, as well as some Ruth Manning-Sanders fairy tales.
In October, our family read Neil Armstrong’s biography, several Life of Fred books, and autobiographies of Buzz Aldrin and hacker Kevin Mitnick.
Our family’s reading includes a lot of biographies – what a great way to learn in our homeschool!
Our unschooling lifestyle doesn’t lend itself to a school “room.” But you know what we do have? Books. And lots of bookshelves. Here’s the tour.
We don’t do grade levels. We don’t do textbooks. Here’s our radical unschooling 7th grade-ish plan, heavy on travel, movies, books and fun.