Jupiter Elementary – A review and giveaway!

Jupiter Elementary Activity Book: Space and Shapes We got the opportunity to review this wonderful book: Jupiter Elementary for Multicultural Children’s Book Day. For me personally it was quite the challenge because we don’t like coloring and activity books so I was hesitant to present it to my children. We recently started watching Star Trek […]

Our Program – with a lot of free resources

Home Education Resources For our homeschool program we use different sources. First of all and foremost we do child-led learning where we focus on the interests of the child. We supplement this with Project Based Homeschooling (you can find a previous post on it here) and strewing. At the time of writing this post, Maximan is doing a mix of […]

G(r)owing with the flow

Our homeschool life seems to flow. We have finally come into a rhythm again after being away for the Summer and finally I feel I can sit down and breathe. We’ve drastically lowered screentime. Where before as an unschooler I didn’t really feel like regulating, I observed that my boys are happier for it when […]

Do you know Play Osmo?

I thought we had all of our unschooling preparations, our study materials, our play materials in order. Both Maxi- and Midiman know where everything is and if they want something they get it and when they’re done, they put it back in place. At least, that is the idea. Cleaning after they’re done is something […]

Reading With Your Sibling

Guest post written by: Varya for The Art of Home Education I am glad to be back with more activities and ideas on how to engage siblings of different ages into the same activity. Today I will be offering some tips on Reading With Your Sibling. Both my husband and I grew up around tons […]

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