I am new to radical unschooling, but feel like I have been unschooling their whole lives. I have five sweet, sweet kids, four boys and a girl. I have always let them set their own schedules, learn…Continue
"Don't forget me (cheesy grin). You can always drop either group, littles or bigs at my house to play! I am so glad Meredith had some suggestions for you. With only having to ever deal with one child at a time, I had no idea…"
"Those are some great tips. Thank you! I do let them play video games. The older boys play all day long some days. There are several teenagers that I know that would love to come and hang out with them. I just don't…"
"Be more proactive and assertive about scheduling and planning. Find things which are fun for several kids and then figure out how to accommodate those who aren't as excited about the fun - if you're going out, bring books and…"
I am new to radical unschooling, but feel like I have been unschooling their whole lives. I have five sweet, sweet kids, four boys and a girl. I have always let them set their own schedules, learn as they want to, and have loved it. I just wonder if there are others out there that can give me advice as to how to unschool five kids. They are all pretty young. The oldest just turned 10, and I don't feel very comfy leaving them at home alone, unless I am only going to the corner gas station…See More
It means going with the flow. I try to follow their hearts and their interests instead of forcing them to learn things that they won't remember tomorrow. We learn through nature, cooking, folding laundry even.
how long have you been unschooling or homeschooling?
I have always homeschooled my children.
first names of children
Conner 10, Eli 8, Seth 7, Annie and Evan are 5.
a little about me
I love to teach my kids. I enjoy reading, I love Christmas, horses, and my husband is my best friend.
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