Day 5 of the homeschooling style series, the traditional school at home method. When you think of homeschooling, do you imagine a dedicated school room with the perfect children’s desks, teacher working area, organized school bins, and the most adorable school and teacher supplies? A traditional school teacher makes out her lesson plans and has every day planned by the hour. That is what homeschooling the traditional school way will look like at home too.
A unit study is simply an extensive study of one topic (or unit) and the integration of all subjects (social studies, science, language arts, math, Bible, music, art, etc.) around that topic. Unit Studies Homeschooling: One Thing At A Time Hey, you guys, welcome back to Live Life Grow, today is all about Unit Studies homeschooling. Happy you joined me…
What is unschooling? How do you start and implement unschooling in your homeschool? Do we unschool? Watch these great videos from a few unschoolers and one from the pioneer of unschooling. Looking for additional unschooling resources, check out these reads. How freeing does it sound to learn without restrictions….
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Curious about Charlotte Mason? Learn more about this homeschooling curriculum that is all about teaching good habits, forming a Christian character, reading “living” books, taking nature walks, notebooking, learning the arts, and spending time playing.