Judy Arnall, BA, DTM… on Unschooling to University Friendship is magica… on Socialization: It’s More… Betty Jo on Socialization: It’s More… edgymama on Socialization: It’s More… Judy Arnall, BA, DTM… on Escaping the Peer Pressure to…
Category Archives: Elementary Children Ages 5-12
February is the time of the year that I get the travel bug. Winter is dragging on and I want to get away and see something new. Travel is so easy when you unschool. No schedules. Just plan a date, … 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.
By Judy Arnall 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. Relax Relax Middle August: … Continue reading
When unschooling, our children have the benefit of not being marked or evaluated by someone other than his own self-evaluation. But what happens if unschooled children decide to take a course because they have an interest or wish to enter … Continue reading
My son finished his very first online math class at age 14. We started at a grade 8 (Alberta) level which seems to bridge elementary and high school math concepts nicely. He learned integers, fractions, decimals, prisms, pythag, variables, relations, … Continue reading