Category: Unschooling 101

Unschooling: A List of Pros and Cons for Beginners

Unschooling: A List of Pros and Cons for Beginners

Deciding to leave behind the traditional classrooms, bells, and structures of school in order to venture down the open learning path of unschooling can be frightening at first. There is a lot to consider about your child’s education and the unschooling route may present some questions, worries, and uncertainties. Is this a good decision for your family? […]

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How to Unschool When You Work Full-Time

How to Unschool When You Work Full-Time

Any form of homeschooling, including unschooling, may seem like a fantasy if you and your partner both work full-time outside of the home. Or perhaps you’re a single parent working full-time hours and sending your kids to public school is offsetting the cost of care for your child while you’re at work. If you feel strongly that your child should be […]

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Unschooled Adults: How Do They Turn Out?

Unschooled Adults: How Do They Turn Out?

Parents thinking about unschooling their kids often wonder the same question, how will unschooling affect them as adults? Will they be able to pursue a career they enjoy? Can they get into college if that’s the path they choose? Will they be motivated to succeed or possess the skills they need to follow their dreams? These types of questions are […]

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Is Unschooling Legal Where You Live?

Is Unschooling Legal Where You Live?

A huge question for parents considering unschooling their children is whether or not this is legal? Can parents just pull their kids out of school and let them learn whatever they’d like? The answer may vary from country to country but for the most part, unschooling is considered a form of homeschooling and is usually subject to the same laws […]

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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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