The “Back to School” Schedule When You Unschool


By Judy Arnall

  1. Early August: Schedule the “Not Going Back to School” picnic for the first day the neighborhood school kids go back, so you and all your unschooling friends get the park all to yourself.
  2. Relax
  3. Relax
  4. Middle August: Schedule in plans to visit the parks, pools, museums, zoos in the month of September while it is nice weather and the schools don’t have field trips scheduled yet.
  5. Relax
  6. Relax
  7. Late August: Go shopping during back-to-school sales in late August and buy nothing but LEGO kits.
  8. Relax
  9. Relax
  10. Early September: Plan your family’s mid-Fall and mid-Winter holiday.
  11. Relax
  12. Relax…………..


About Judy Arnall, BA, DTM, CCFE

BA, DTM, CCFE, Certified child development specialist and master of non-punitive parenting and education practices. Keynote speaker and best-selling author of "Discipline Without Distress", "Parenting With Patience", "Attachment Parenting Tips Raising Toddlers to Teens", and "Unschooling To University."
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