Are your kids wanting to play all the time? And you’re worried about when they’re going to start learning? This podcast helps you see how unschooling and playtime is connected.
Are you concerned about your kids and their devices? Here’s more information about unschooling and technology – include 6 Ideas to Help You!
Do your kids seem to be lacking motivation? Does it make you worry if unschooling will work? Let’s talk about it!
Tips and suggestions when you need to find or build an unschooling community.
What about Socialization? Are you worried that your kids won’t make friends or will “act weird” if you choose this unconventional approach? Let’s talk about it!
Unschooling Confidence – it seems so elusive? Read more about how you can grow your own confidence with unschooling
Celebrating 10K Downloads at the Unschooling Mom2Mom Podcast Party!
Creating an unschooling home isn’t hard to do! We can set up unique opportunities for connection and learning – and not look anything like a school room!
Structure schedules and unschooling? Of course! Read this blogpost to see how!
Are you telling yourself that homeschooling/unschooling would be too hard for you?
Are you listing out all the reasons it might not be a good idea?
Sue Patterson shares 5 reasons TO homeschool your kids – especially in the unschooling way!
Are you and the kids struggling with writing? Do you wonder how unschooling and writing can work? Time to get rid of the frustration and find the reassurance you need!
Mother’s Day can be a complicated holiday! Here are some ideas to consider – and a fun gallery of Mother’s Day memes at the bottom of the page!
Why ARE we still drawn to curriculum when we want to unschool? Here’s a hint: it’s all about Fear.
You probably KNOW that already, you’re just not sure how to conquer it. Sue can walk you through it though.
Do you worry about unschooling & learning to read? This is the transcript for the Unschooling and learning to read podcast.
School isn’t a good fit for your teen and now you’re thinking about unschooling a teen. Let’s talk about it!