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The Door Stopper and Unschooling STEM

My son was 2 years old and loved those door stoppers that went twang. You know those coiled thingies with the white rubber cap. ¬†They drove me crazy! He would lie on his belly, flat on the floor, and pull … Continue reading

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Ways to Learn Math Without a Workbook

My son finished his very first formal online math class at age 14. We started at a grade 8 level which seems to bridge elementary and high school math concepts nicely. He learned integers, fractions, decimals, prisms, pythag, variables, relations, … Continue reading

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Unschooling and STEM Careers

You’ve probably noticed it. Your daughter loves playing with lego, taking apart appliances, building complicated computer programs, making volcanoes and playing video games. She loves logic, order and computation. She is probably headed to a STEM career. STEM careers are … Continue reading

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