This week we asked: What does homeschooling look like?
(Read more about homeschooling in this week’s articles on the theme.)
Shannon says, “Our co-op preschool allows us to explore everyone’s different interests.”
Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.
From Lindsey: “We’re unschooling already. Every day is an adventure. Here is Poppy learning about the shower.”
Lindsey blogs at An Unschooling Adventure.
Jennifer says, “In our home, we don’t do any formal instruction, learning is playing!”
Jennifer from True Confessions of a Real Mommy.
From Luschka: “It’s not at home, and it’s not at school, but don’t think for a moment she doesn’t learn every step of the way.”
Luschka blogs at Diary of a First Child.
Isil says, “We enjoy Montessori activities at home. Derin (18 months) transferring water using a sponge.”
Isil at Smiling Like Sunshine.
Sarah says, “Esther has two homeschools: this one is from her school at her Aunt Adge’s house…
and this one is from her school at our house.”
Sarah blogs at Parenting God’s Children.
From Adrienne: “My ‘school room’ is a room in my basement full of all the stuff I have from my teaching days. I can’t wait to use it for my son, but for now I get to use it to teach and tutor some of the lovely kids in my life!”
Adrienne blogs at Mommying My Way.
From Melissa: Layla (age 5) exploring a pond snail.
More of their unschooling adventures can be found at Simple Whimsy
Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.
Tell us: What does homeschooling look like in your family?
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