Waldorf Homeschooling - A Day in the Life from Fearless Homeschool

Waldorf – Inspired Homeschooling | A Homeschooling Day in the Life

Kirstee Lee Raki is a mum to two who lives in Queensland, Australia. She blogs at This Whole Home about her particular blend of holistic homeschooling and sustainable homemaking, and you can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube.  Kirstee also presented a brilliant workshop about Waldorf homeschooling as part of the Australian Homeschooling Summit, which you can access here.     Today I will share a typical home day with you with Nikolai, 8, and Wynter, 3. We use a 3 day week in our homeschool and cover all of our formal learning and bookwork in those…
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Homeschooling Q & A Wednesday - How do I know i'm doing it right? It’s the question that haunts many homeschooling parents – how do I know that I’m doing it right? I’m responsible for the education of my children and there’s no-one and nothing to tell me WHAT to do and WHEN to do it and HOW to do it and argh! Meltdown. Click through to find out if you're doing it right.

Homeschooling – Are you doing it right?

It’s the question that haunts many homeschooling parents – how do I know that I’m doing it right? I’m responsible for the education of my children and there’s no-one and nothing to tell me WHAT to do and WHEN to do it and HOW to do it and argh! Meltdown. To extend the question, without strict curriculum, and standards, and lots of other children to compare to and rank with, how on earth do we homeschoolers know that we’re doing a good job? How do we know this is all going to work out OK? To put it bluntly, we…
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Always Learning - a homeschooling day in the life featured on Fearless Homeschool.

Always Learning – a homeschooling day in the life

Nicola has always home educated her five children, aged 13, 10, 8, 5 & 2. They live in Yorkshire, UK. You can read more about their life on her blog, The World is their Classroom, and on Instagram. This is a typical Monday - Thursday for us. On Fridays we are quite autonomous. Weekends are filled with swimming lessons, cricket training, baking & visiting family and plenty of trips that tie in with their weekly learning!   8am - 10:30am - The children are up, dressed and have had breakfast.  They check the timetable and take out the folder of…
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Want to test Zero to Homeschool?

  Testing spaces are now full, and we're working through it. Sign up here if you're interested in joining the next round of Zero to Homeschool After a year of work, I'm ready to run Zero to Homeschool - but before I start charging full price, i'm doing a beta-test. Pilot program. Whatever you want to call it! I want to make sure that Zero to Homeschool is something that will make real, lasting, positive changes to your homeschool. Basically, i'm running the program in full, for a hugely reduced price (81% off, actually). All you need to do in…
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A flexible, child-led, homeschooling day in the life - featured on Fearless Homeschool.

A flexible, child-led homeschooling day in the life

Sara is an Aussie mum to two kids. She blogs at Savage Learning, and you can also find her on Facebook. This post details some of the many interesting things they do on typical days, plus their experiences with outside activities. Each January I take some time out to sit down and do some thinking and planning for the year ahead; I always check with the kids whether there’s any new activity they’d like to try, or what they did enjoy or not so much from the previous year. When we started homeschooling 3 years ago, we had a look…
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Deschooling your Family - what it is, why you should do it, and how to start. From Fearless Homeschool.

Deschooling your Family

Deschooling can be defined as removing the influence of the formal education system from your way of thinking. Many children who have been in school will need time to adjust to their new lifestyle, and learn this new way of education. On a wider scale, nearly everyone in society has what could be termed a ‘school mindset’. As most of us went through school, and its training is pervasive, deschooling yourself is an important part of the process. Find deschooling help here.
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