This month was a bit slower in terms of how many books we read, but we still collectively churned through … Continue Reading February Book Roundup
In short, the movie is a rare finale that both continues and builds upon the thematic ideas of the previous films and brings everything to a pitch-perfect conclusion.
ne of the beautiful things about Unschooling is how different each day can be. Of course, some times they’re similar, but often each is filled with its own activities and discoveries.
Perhaps my favorite part of living in Colorado is the proximity of the mountains and all the opportunities they offer for incredible hiking. For years I’ve wanted to attempt hiking the Colorado Trail, a nearly 500-mile backpacking trail that stretches from Denver to Durango. And for most of those years it’s been simply a dream, until N decided that he wanted to do the same thing.
The joys of listening to my children explore the world of music.
A look at some of our favorite learning apps and websites!
Here’s a look at what we read in January 2019!
It’s a cold morning, though the snow has mostly melted. The lack of snow means there’s not a lot of … Continue Reading Snapshot of an Unschool Morning
At one point I probably would have assumed that with six kids in the house, at least two of them … Continue Reading Why WALL E loves EVE – The Perspectives Of Children
Sharks, sharks, sharks. His life revolves around them.
She told me one day that she was going to learn to read.
Some thoughts on why I write and what it means to me.
A large latte, an interesting book, and some good weather. Sometimes that all it takes to regain some mental sanity … Continue Reading Reading While They Play
Unschooling might seem a bit intimidating at first. Here are a few steps that break it down.
A story of a sudden unschooling moment on an ordinary day.
Big families are a lot of work, and so are small families.