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Kelly.

Weekly to-do lists | Encouraging Independent Organisation

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.

An Interest-Led Homeschooling Day in the Life

This homeschooling day-in-the-life was kindly shared by Cat, an early childhood teacher who is now unexpectedly homeschooling her five year old son JJ, along with her 2 year old daughter Chloe. Read about her interest-led, Reggio Emilia flavoured homeschooling day here.

Travelling and Homeschooling in Australia – The Ultimate Guide (2021)

So you want to travel Australia, to go bush and outback, to take your family to all the wonderful places that our country has to offer.   You’ve made decisions regarding your route, must-see landmarks, and finances, and can debate the merits of camper trailers...

Our Eclectic Homeschool Resource Summary – February 2017

  It's always fun to have a stickybeak into other people's homeschools, right? Here's what we're doing as of February 2017. Now, this is not ALL we do - this is just the more traditionally academic parts. We also do a lot of sewing, craft, and clothing design (in...

The Continuum of Homeschooling Styles

  This post is part of the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles series - view the entire series here     So many homeschooling styles - how do you decide which one to use? How do you even COMPARE them when they're all so different?!   One way is...

Classical Education | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles Series

The classical education method aims to teach children how to think, rather than what to think. Read about the history, structure and the pros and cons of providing a classical education to decide if this method will suit you and your family.

28 Ways to Reset a Bad Homeschooling Day

  I have a little secret to tell you - sometimes, you will have a Bad Homeschooling Day. I know! Who'd have guessed that homeschooling isn't all sunshine and lollipops and happy children studying enthusiastically? Sometimes, bookwork just doesn't happen smoothly....

The Homeschooling Criticism Series – The Three Types of Homeschooling Critic

  Sadly, homeschooling criticism is very common. While homeschooling has increased exponentially over the last few years, It’s far from mainstream. And when you do things that are a bit odd, you know that you’re going to hear all about it from just about...

Why you must commit 100% to homeschooling if you want to succeed

Is school your back-up option? If you have a bad hour/day/week do you start thinking that school looks like a better option? Do you believe that you’re just ‘trying’ homeschooling, and if it doesn’t work you can always send them to school*? Do you hesitate to make...

BOATschooling?! An Unschooling Day in the Life

Lyndy lives on a boat (yes, that’s right, on water!) with her husband and two unschooled daughters. Take a peek into a day in their life!

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