Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Chaunna Brooke

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Chaunna Brooke

Q. What was the catalyst that lead you to choose unschooling for your family’s learning and educational needs? A. My husband and I have an online business that allows us to work from anywhere. A few years ago we came to the realization that while we were very successful with …

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Tips to Avoid Unschooling Burnout

Tips to Avoid Unschooling Burnout

For many families, the choice to unschool is based on the idea that there isn’t a need to stick to a rigorous or pre-set schedule. The days can be created around a family’s lifestyle and learning preferences. Additionally, the constant “busy” or “overscheduled” feeling that is often associated with traditional …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Sarah Mickulesku

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Sarah Mickulesku

Sarah Mickulesku is a mother of three, adventure-seeker, rule-breaker, and limit pusher. She received her BA in Journalism from Metro State University in 2007 and is a published children’s book author. (“The Woodchuck That Could Chuck” available on Amazon) and the proud owner of High Country Headwear. She is a …

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The Ultimate Guide to Unschooling

The Ultimate Guide to Unschooling

Families who decide to unschool usually love the freedom that this educational style provides for their children. It allows them to follow their hearts, learn about the topics that genuinely interest them, and develop into the adults they were truly meant to be. You’re setting your kids up to be …

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Unschooling and the Fine Arts

Unschooling and the Fine Arts

Anything and everything can be learned when you unschool. Children aren’t sitting in a class and being taught from a curriculum, instead they are soaking up knowledge and experience from the books they read, games they play, movies they watch, or instruments they try. You can absorb information or develop …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Jeff Uhrmacher

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Jeff Uhrmacher

Q. What was the catalyst that lead you to choose unschooling for your family’s learning and educational needs? A. I looked at the traditional education and realized that our kids would be missing out on an entire world. You can learn a lot from books etc. in a classroom setting… …

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Unschooling Outdoors: Using Nature to Educate and Inspire Your Child

Unschooling Outdoors: Using Nature to Educate and Inspire Your Child

Unschooling is all about kids learning naturally from the world around them. There is information and knowledge to be gained from books, videos, TV shows, craft projects, play time, and pretty much anything else your child occupies their time with. Learning can come from literally anywhere and while it’s up …

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Unschooling Interview with Justin Recla, co-founder of Super Power Experts

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Justin Recla

Q. What was the catalyst that lead you to choose unschooling for your family’s learning and educational needs? A. As business owners, we made a pact to not do anything that would not allow us to be together as a family. School was very restrictive and would not allow for …

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10 Amazing Books About Unschooling

10 Amazing Books About Unschooling

Whether you’re brand new to unschooling and don’t know the first thing about it or you’ve been unschooling for years there are some excellent books on the subject that are well worth the read. No matter how much or how little you already know, these books are great for outlining …

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Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Emily From Rickshaw Unschooling

Unschooling Interview: Q&A With Emily From Rickshaw Unschooling

Q. What was the catalyst that lead you to choose unschooling for your family’s learning and educational needs? A. My son, like me, loses interest in what he’s doing when it’s directed, coerced or managed by somebody else. I hated school and grew up believing I was worthless until I …

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