It’s June, which means it’s the perfect time for some lighter learning. Unit studies are a great way to accomplish that, and they’re so easy to just pull together on the fly.
People often ask how there could have been a hidden civilization here in America if there are no records of people finding ruins. If you’ve wondered the same, this video might be very interesting for you.
“Quality over quantity” is something that often gets applied to #parenting, and it’s really something I take issue with. The amount of time children spend with their parents really DOES matter. That’s something #homeschooling can provide – quality PLUS quantity.
Last week’s video on the lunatic asylums got me thinking about the evolution of the measures used to control us. Once you see, you can’t unsee.
I had originally planned to talk to you today about what we learned from #unschooling. Then I remembered a blog post I had written several years ago, which, in my opinion, perfectly explains why everyone should give unschooling a try.
Today’s video is from the Patreon archives. It was recorded 6 months ago, hence the year 2020 in the title, but the message remains the same. Brave New World is here. What are we going to do about it?
Let’s explore lunatic asylums a little further today because I find the subject fascinating to think about. In addition, let’s explore the notion that there ARE castles in the United States. They were just designated as penitentiaries.
Although this video was originally going to be directed at homeschoolers, I’m finding that this is a question we ALL need to seriously start asking in this day and age.
When was the last time you asked HOW???
Today’s QtN video is a bit shorter, I know, but I really thought it would be helpful to go over some explanations being presented for mudflood windows because, you know what? It’s not as cut and dry as some people believe.
In today’s video, I’m hoping to clear up the misconception that #homeschooling always has to look like school at home by sharing some tips on how to support self-directed learning.