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Unschooling Resources

Unschooling Resources

This post may contain affiliate links. A lot of people ask us about what we do for homeschooling our kids. After looking into a variety of methods we decided to go down the Unschooling route with more of a focus on Radical Unschooling. Going this route means it is more of a lifestyle then just a school choice. It also means having a great set of unschooling resources to tap into when we have more questions than answers. The reality of it is it is really hard to explain in an email, a post, or even a conversation what Radical…

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Parenting Is Hard

Parenting Is Hard

Living in an RV or in a house parenting is hard. Yup. As much as I wish it wasn’t the reality, it is. Everyone - including us - makes life with kids look so great and perfect on social media. But everyone with kids knows that there is rarely a day that goes by where there isn’t a challenge with parenting. We are raising - let me rephrase that - trying to raise our kids by giving them freedom, opinions, options. It is a style called Radical Unschooling. We are not experts in this and don’t know what we are doing…

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Radical Unschooling And How It Works For Our Family

Radical Unschooling and how it works for our family

To understand Radical Unschooling you need to do a lot of research and a lot reading and rereading and thinking and evaluating and re-evaulating. So if you are interested in this form of schooling and lifestyle I would recommend checking out my post on Unschooling Resources. We are by no means experts at it and still have to pull ourselves back over to the Radical side of it almost every day - but we keep trying - and we are hoping we can continue to learn and grow as parents so we can provide this environment for our kids. For…

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Unschooling – Socialization

Unschooling – Socialization

Socialization . . . where to begin 🙂 Yes we were concerned when we first started talking about homeschooling and now were not. One of our main reasons for homeschooling is that our families relationship and time together was more important than anything else. We socialize all day long with each other! What a great way to learn how to interact with other people!

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Why Unschooling

Spending time at our chalkboard playing with chalk and rulers.

Spending time at our chalkboard playing with chalk and rulers.

My Mom was actually the first person who mentioned homeschooling. She shared a lot of great research with us and we started to look more into it and to do our own research. When we came across Unschooling (My Mom had shared one of Dayna Martin’s books with us) we knew it sounded like the right fit. We had been doing attachment parenting since the kids were born and unschooling felt like an extension of that.

When Carson turned 5 we had a very serious conversation about if we thought homeschooling was right and also if we thought

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