Really, Isabelle, my daughter became a small business owner and sells her jewelry on Amazon Handmade. She really started this two years ago but this year she decided to get serious. Any child or adult can own their own business, make a product and sell it online. Now, will it pay your bills, let you quit that job? Honestly, that is up to you and how much you work to make your dreams come true. Continue reading →
I really feel like Superwomen this morning. Why do I feel like superwomen? Because my kids ask to do school work again. That’s right folks, my child actually said, “Mom can we start doing our school work on Monday?” Trust me I was as shocked and sat there blinking not believing my ears. I know what you are thinking, If you’re an Unschooler you never stop doing school. Yes, you are correct we do school Continue reading →
From time to time I like to give items for you a Homeschool Kit for every subject that you can use in your homeschool classroom. When your first starting out on your Unschool journey or if things are getting a little stale with the kids these items came in handy to get them on the right track. No matter if you Unschool, homeschool or send your kids to “normal school” you can use these items to Continue reading →
This is a little introduction to our somewhat exciting life of an Unschooler. I normally try to post tips on Unschooling, Frequently Asked Questions, and projects that you can do with your kids. Today I wanted to talk about behind the scene stuff and well, honestly, it is a little boring. These are things we do every day or every week, A typical Unschoolers week, that I just don’t write about because I fear you Continue reading →
I love days that are spent with our homeschool family. Well, they weren’t our normal group, but we knew some of the kids at the two classes we went to. What do mythology, Egyptians, and telling a good story have in common? Not a thing, except that two homeschool classes talked about all three subjects. Today our first homeschool class was with Jim Weiss who is a professional storyteller for 25 years and has traveled all over Continue reading →
What if my child doesn’t want to learn spelling, vocabulary, or math? The idea of Unschooling is to let your child decide what they want to learn and how they want to learn it. The idea is not to push a certain curriculum on them or make them do it for a certain amount of time or even visit it every day. Children learn through play and allow to be their own teachers. What does Continue reading →
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