Home Education not only for the Children

Since we started our home education journey almost four years ago, I realized something. Although our children (5, 2 & 0) are learning, something that apparently comes naturally, we as parents are growing too. We are learning too. There is this saying: you are never too old to learn. I don’t know if it is […]

Insecurities about Unschooling

Sometimes my own insecurities get the better of me and I start to wonder. Are we on the right path? Are our children learning? Won’t they fall behind compared to the kids who go to school or the kids who are being homeschooled with a curriculum? I worry, because I want the best for my children.

Your child is learning on its own and you are there to care for and guide your child along his way. I do believe they are our biggest teachers in life and we don’t even know it.

The "Drink Enough Water" Helper

Water is the driver of Nature. ~ Leonardo da Vinci After our visit to NCAR yesterday, the boys are more then ever interested in water, rain, rainbows, tornados and all of nature. Yesterday we discussed the importance of water for growth. We water the lawn, but we also have to drink water ourselves. Today we […]

How do unschoolers learn about animals

Start with some questions Is he interested in animals and does he like to know more? It could be that you like to explore an animal but not your little one. What will you do? One option is strewing. Take your little one to the zoo and see what happens. Or you can start to […]

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