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?
One of the “learning kicks” we’ve been on for more than six months now has been outer space, specifically our solar system and the moon. Here are some of the coolest books, movies, trips and more we’ve incorporated into our learning!
If you’re headed to Assateague, Md., Chincoteague, Va., or Rehoboth Beach, Del., here are some great tips on what to see, especially if you’re making it a homeschooling field trip.
Our family’s reading includes a lot of biographies – what a great way to learn in our homeschool!
Ashar has LOVED the Lego Bricks 4 Kidz junior robotics camps. Here’s a photo scrapbook of her with some of her new friends.
Our trip to the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History included several trips through the live Butterfly Experience. What a great homeschooling adventure!
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.
In our family’s unschooling life during June 2012, we talked about slugs, mohawks, and who shot first in Star Wars (it’s Han, of course).
Here’s a look at some of the snippets of unschooling and learning in our family during the week of May 6, 2012.
Science doesn’t have to be expensive – we spent a day “playing” with a teakettle of boiling water and a pan full of ice and learned a ton about states of matter.