12 Different Types of Homeschooling (Including Unschooling)

12 Different Types of Homeschooling (Including Unschooling)

Homeschooling essentially means that your child is receiving their education outside of the typical brick and mortar institution of a school. Traditional homeschooling takes a curriculum that would be taught in school and teaches it at home, but this method definitely isn’t the only way to provide your children with an education outside of […]

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8 Unschooling Myths and Misconceptions

8 Unschooling Myths and Misconceptions

Parents who are thinking about unschooling their children, especially those who are new to the idea, often have a lot of questions, concerns, or fears about how it’s all going to work. There are a lot of myths floating around out there about unschooling and this misinformation can make people nervous about taking that path […]

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11 Benefits of Unschooling

11 Benefits of Unschooling

When you’re trying to decide how best to educate your children and prepare them for the word, there are a lot of options out there. It can be confusing to know which path is the one that will help them to find their truest success and happiness in life. There are public schools, private schools, homeschooling, and many different variations of each […]

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Unschooling vs Homeschooling: What’s the Difference?

Unschooling vs Homeschooling: What’s the Difference?

Unschooling and homeschooling both involve your child learning outside of the traditional school system but the two methods can be very different. Yes, they may both happen at home, and while unschooling is considered a form of homeschooling, there are some key differences that sets it apart from the common, mainstream practice of homeschooling […]

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What Is Unschooling?

What Is Unschooling?

To anyone unfamiliar with unschooling, the concept may sound bizarre. With unschooling, there is no curriculum, no set course material, no schedule, and no mandated direction from a parent, teacher, or guardian to learn specific topics. Well, with none of that, how on earth will a child learn? Children learn because they want to learn […]

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