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Kelly.

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.

Homeschooling with Education Perfect – a review

Education Perfect is a complete online homeschooling curriculum that fits perfectly into our relaxed eclectic homeschool. Find out all about it here.

MOOCs | A free homeschooling resource for high school

It can be difficult to find resources to homeschool high school, so we were really happy when we discovered MOOCs. Free! High quality! Easily accessible! And did I mention free? And I think they're perfect for any homeschooler interested in getting high-quality...

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...

Homeschooling in Australia – The Ultimate Guide (Updated for 2021)

Looking for information on homeschooling in Australia? You’ve found it! This guide covers homeschool registration in Australia, homeschooling facts and figures, socialisation and homeschool support groups, and answers all the questions you need to know to help you get...

How the Start Homeschooling Summit improved our homeschool – instantly

The last few weeks have been more than a little insane here! For those of you who missed it, I’ve been running the Start Homeschooling Summit. Coordinating 34 workshops from 28 presenters across 4 continents and many more timezones was a bit of a juggling act! But...

Homeschool Schedule Strategy – be flexible AND productive

One of the hardest things to do as a homeschooler is to create a realistic homeschool schedule. How do you make sure all the important things get done, while still leaving the time and space needed for creativity? How do you keep motivated while also keeping flexible?...

Unit Studies | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

  Welcome to the fifth post in the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles series! Click here to view the rest of the series.     Heard about unit studies but not sure what they are? Unit studies involve choosing a theme, then organising work covering...

Teaching Kids about Money – Financial Literacy for Kids, the easy way

Teaching kids about money is essential. Financial literacy is one of the key skills for a good life - it really can be the difference between a comfortable life with all your needs met or having debt collectors seize your furniture, car, or even your house. Teaching...

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....
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