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 →
We are an unschooling family and normally do not use an unschooling curriculum but I like to shake things up every now and again. We have been in the Black Hills for the last week and I thought it would be fun to reinforce what we have learned by using the Road Trip Teacher Study Guide. The study guides are a great addition for those families that are traveling full-time, taking small vacations this summer, or Continue reading →
As we get more and more involved in Unschooling we have found even more ways to learn. Today we started Unschooling with magic school bus and learned about rotting trees and the planets. The girls got on YouTube and watched some more Magic School Bus, this time Huggs watched a video on rotting trees and why they are necessary for the eco system and Munchy watched another video on the planets. Check out how we have been Continue reading →
Summer Un schooling days requires you to look at learning in a whole new light. Pool scrabble is a fun way to get the kids out side, get some good competition and have a lot of fun learning. We came up with this idea after visiting a campsite that had a huge scrabble board on the lawn and Munchy wondered if we could do it in the pool. There are several ways to play this Continue reading →
I found a really fun game online, Math bowling. It was supposed to be a spelling bowling game. Well, it started as a spelling game but turned into a math game. Then the Math bowling game turned into a let’s see how far we can make the cups fly. It entertained the girls for a couple hours so, I say big success! Math Bowling or Spelling Bowl game. zy-roller walked Next, we ezy-roller walked to Continue reading →
Yep I am making the girl write thank you cards to all of her friends that came to the party. It’s good practice for spelling and penmanship. So far we have only done half but my goal is to get the girls to finish by this weekend, and mailed – We are also drawing tree pictures – there is a contest I found on the South Carolina Homeschool website for making a new SC plate Continue reading →
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