Every Thursday night when I was seven to about nine years old, you knew where to find me: glued to the TV watching Hercules the Legendary Journeys.
Watching great … Continue reading
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Regardless of our age, some people find it easy to reach out to others and make connections, while others struggle. We’ve seen it with our kids, and we know it for ourselves too.
I read a blogpost from The Hands-Free Mama called, The Hands Who Want to … Continue reading
It’s a little surprising how quickly Unschooling Mom2Mom has grown. What started as an idea a year and a half ago, has evidently been exactly what many many people were looking for.
One of the issues people have had with … Continue reading
You’ve been hearing me talk about this book of mine for some time now. Some of you may have totally forgotten that I had this project in the works while others may simply think it’s a phantom we will never see.
First, the confession… yes, it took me a long … Continue reading
I answer unschooling questions for the Texas Unschoolers’ group each month in their newsletter, TexUns News. I’m including them here at my blog. If you have any questions you’d like me to address, … Continue reading
Debbie Harbeson, from Indiana, runs a blog that interviews homeschooling families: Homeschooling: Freedom and Fun For Your Family Catch a glimpse inside the lives of families living in educational freedom! This blog is a showcase of short, fun interviews of homeschooling families of all types from all … Continue reading
I was asked if we used the community much with regards to how the kids learned.
Short answer: Yes. Long answer (and I mean LONG)…read this: One of the BEST reasons to homeschool is the ability to get out into the community with your children during the daytime. Lines … Continue reading