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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.

100+ of the BEST Homeschooling & Education Quotes

Reading homeschooling quotes is the quickest way I know to turn the hopelessness of a bad day into the inspiration to improve it. Here are over 100 of my favourite homeschooling quotes to help you bolster your positivity and motivation, encourage and inspire you -...

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....

Waldorf – Inspired Homeschooling | A Homeschooling Day in the Life

Kirstee Lee Raki is a mum to two who lives in Queensland, Australia. She 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,...

Homeschoolers aren’t always at home – a homeschooling day in the life

Today, Rex has his yearly hearing test. He's moderately deaf and has been wearing hearing aids since he was two. A paediatric audiologist is only available in our regional centre, so we decide to make a day of it, as family, and a do a few things we can't do day to...

Project-Based Homeschooling | The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles

  Welcome to the eighth post in the Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Styles series! Click here to view the rest of the series.     Project-based homeschooling is based on the Reggio Emilia educational philosophy. The philosophy developed in the city of...

Homeschooling Spelling: Our low-stress, child-led approach (including resources)

Homeschooling spelling is a bit like learning times tables – it involves a lot of rote learning, is incredibly boring, the real-life reasons for mastering it aren’t immediately apparent, and it is shoved on children at a too-young age. Or maybe that’s just my opinion....

Working and Homeschooling? Yes, you can do it!

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...

Special Needs and Homeschooling

Homeschooling your child with special needs enables you to tailor their education to their specific needs, and means they’ll be accepted exactly as they are. It’s worked for us.

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...