Dani and her family are currently travelling and unschooling around Australia. Here's what a typical day in their life looks like, complete with breathtakingly beautiful bush surroundings.
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I am not the most organised person. I am a spontaneous, do-what-I-feel sort of person. The idea of scheduling each day, hour by hour, makes me hyperventilate. But my children like workbooks, and schedules, and knowing how much of their chosen work they need to do each week to finish it by the date they've set themselves. And so we came up with these simple to-do lists.
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Jen is a working mum of two high-school aged kids. Here she shares what a working and non-working day look like in her house. Take a look at the excellent articles and resources on her blog at Practical, By Default, or follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest. Homeschooling looks different for every family. When I sat down to write my day in the life..…I almost didn’t. Why? Because my “day” is never the same. My schedule changes each week. I thought, no one will want to read this. However, after some thinking, I realized this is exactly why…
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Take a look at my life! I'm Kelly, and I run Fearless Homeschool. We've crammed a lot of lifestyles into our life - on this day in early 2016, we were travelling Australia in our little rainbow caravan. Read more about us here.   We don't have very many typical days! My husband, Daniel, and I both study nursing externally full-time. Sometimes we have residential schools or placements, sometimes we have masses of assignments to do, and sometimes we have very little to do. We've been living in a caravan since May 2015, fitting in travelling between our nursing requirements…
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Erin makes her home on the North Coast of NSW, Australia with her husband and ten children ranging from twenty-three to two years. She has been involved in home education since her teens in the 80s as her family were part of the pioneering home education movement in Australia. Erin and her husband have always home educated their children and live in a home they have been owner building for the past seven years on a large rural property, where they are surrounded by thousands of books. You can read more from Erin at Seven Little Australians and Counting, and follow…
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