Although schools have been more than crazy lately with everything going on, I’ve been surprised to find that some parents are still reluctant to homeschool because of socialization. I’m hoping to set the record straight.
Today’s video is a little shorter than usual, but I wanted to take the time to discuss the tree, titan, and melted buildings theories.
As someone who is very vocal about questioning the narrative, I’ve had many people ask for advice on how to teach our children to do the same. Here’s one example of what we’re doing right now.
I’ve had several people ask me to explain my ever-evolving thoughts on the possibility that the millennial kingdom already happened and that we are now living in the “little season.” Today’s video is yet another thought exercise for me because, as you’ll see when you watch, I’m not even close to having it all figured out, and I’m actually okay with that.
Since there are so many new homeschooling families this year, many of whom feel as if they’ve been thrown into it without preparation, I just wanted to make a quick video breaking down the difference between #deschooling, #unschooling, and #homeschooling.
Every so often, someone will ask me for advice on getting their children motivated to start their homeschool days. For us, establishing a good morning time routine was all it took.
One of the best ways to make sense of our true history is to see our own communities with new eyes and take stock of what we find.
As my family prepares for the start to our new homeschool year next week, I’ve been thinking about the impact read-alouds have had on us for going on 13 years now. I know some parents are a little intimidated at the thought of having a read-aloud routine, so today I’m sharing some tips on how to relax this time together.
I just ordered some Trey Smith books for our homeschool (okay, also for me). If you’ve never watched his channel, you really need to. The man is a genius.
Today’s video is from the Patreon archives. It’s the final segment in my Brave New World series. If you haven’t noticed, in this day and age, it seems as if thinking has become obsolete.
I wonder why.