A Unschool math curriculum is kind of funny term since most unschoolers don’t use any kind of curriculum. Most Unschoolers let their child learn from life or use the world as their classroom. Unschooling is a self-directed learning where the child decides what they want to learn and how they want to learn it and we “as parent” guide them on their educational adventure. I honestly believe that if you want to use curriculum as a Continue reading →
We are so excited because the McIntyres are off again on a great adventure of a lifetime. The road has been calling our name for four months, and we are finally back in the RV to live our nomadic life style. Rubber Ducky has found a job that will allow him to travel and work. We will miss all our friends and family that live in our hometown Savannah, GA, but we are so excited Continue reading →
We did a few experiments (that I forgot to take pictures of) and watched a video on how a wheel and axle worked. I think this is another subject we need to come back to but for now they understand the basics. Belle has finished her 3rd book in the Bad Kitty series – Bad Kitty vs Uncle Murray – I must say she loves these books and asks to read them everyday, and they Continue reading →
This is how Unschoolers learn multiplication and telling time. We don’t use worksheets or take tests. The best way to learn is by making learning fun. We now have two eggs in our little basket. Today the girls put a bird feeder full of birdseed. They wanted it right by the basket so the mommy bird would not have to far to go to find food. As Unschoolers learn we learned multiplication by taking a walk or Continue reading →
make a craft – fairy garden The girls wanted to make a craft so they did a 3-D Fairy Garden they got from Santa. It took two days but they colored all the animals and fairies. The girls had so much fun making the fairies and set up thier fairy garden. We are going to see “Big Miracle” movie tomorrow so I made the girls find 5 facts about whales. I also got the girls to Continue reading →
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