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Category Archives: Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers Ages 0-5
My son was 2 years old and loved those door stoppers that went twang. You know those coiled thingys with the white rubber cap. They drove me crazy! I wanted to remove them all. But I didn’t, because my son … Continue reading
#anyonecanhomeeducate Creativity is making something new out of something old. Unschooling is education acquired in a new way.
By Judy Arnall Schedule Downtime For people whose personality is one that craves structure, uncharted, relaxed empty space on the calendar can be very stressful whether they are kids or parents. They feel out of sorts without something they should … Continue reading
Here are some good play ideas for keeping preschoolers to teens busy, whether they are unschooling or heading back in a few weeks. Retreived from August 2014.
This was the summer my son was going to learn how to swim! He was seven years old and old enough to agree to the lessons when I asked him in March. I signed him up and paid … Continue reading
It’s that time of the year. Yes, most of my friends with 2-5 year olds are stressing over how to camp out overnight comfortably, in a line-up, in order to snag a preschool enrollment spot for their child. I considered preschool when … Continue reading