You found a co-op class that you think your kids will love. Bonus, it will prepare them for the future. The problem, you already paid for it, and it wasn’t cheap. Now your kids hate it and won’t stop whining. So, how do you deal with a co-op class your kids’ hate? That my friends may be the ultimate question. I signed my kids up for the homeschool Dave Ramsey class with a church-affiliated group. Continue reading →
We have played Disney monopoly for the past 3 days and did not watch tv, play on the computer, or listen to music, we just sat and played and laughed and competed heavily. I put $500 in the center for free parking, and every time you payed taxes it went in the pot, so when Belle won the first time she thought it was a million dollars. The girls took turns buying properties and making monopolies Continue reading →
I love starting the day by asking a question. Today’s Unschool question: What would do if they won a million dollars? Asking a question is always a great way to start the day. It gets the kids thinking and exploring all sorts of ideas, asking even more questions, and gets them thinking. Unschooling is about exploring ideas and learning all the time. Math and money After breakfast, we did a little math. McKenzey made another Continue reading →
The girls watched a video by the biz kids that we got at the library. This one was the second video in the serious and talked about transactions. The biz kids are really humorous in the way they explain everything and the girls really enjoy it. The girls cut up all the fruit we bought at the grocery store. They did most of the cutting which was very scary for me. We got strawberries, kiwi, Continue reading →
We read the coolest book, The Debt Monster by Mary Becker. We bought this awesome book at the book fair a couple weeks ago. The girls really got into the story and loved it. After we read the story I asked the questions at the end of the book just to see if they understood, I think they got it…… You be the judge. Fun dancing…. What is the difference between a debt card and Continue reading →
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