That time of year again! It’ NOT Back-to-School Season for many of us!
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!
Are you worried about unschooling teens and transcripts? Here are the resources you need to feel confident about unschooling AND create an acceptable transcript.
Do you have trouble with critical family and friends? Here are some unschooling points to consider as you wade through the negativity.
Sometimes Dad is anti-unschooling. Maybe your spouse (could be Mom) simply isn’t embracing unschooling as much as you do! Let’s talk about how we can get on the same page.
You thought it was going to be easier to avoid questions from relatives as we’re all staying home for Thanksgiving this year. Except, now they’re going to be on Zoom with you. Demanding answers. Here’s how to get out of the hot seat!
Read how unschooling dad, Ron Patterson, feels about their family’s life as unschoolers.
Julie Schiffman shares how her husband went from “Not My Kid!” to strong unschooling supporter!
De Smith shares some insight on how to work with your spouse on the subject of unschooling
Guest Blogger, Julie Mink Schiffman, shares her response to the question that comes up repeatedly, “How much is too much technology?”
Sometimes parents can feel discouraged with the way their family’s unschooling life is progressing – or not progressing. Here are some tips to help walk you through rough times.
What do you do when your own parents are anti-unschooling? Solutions for how to cope with this situation.
Deb Lewis shares a few advantages she noticed unschooling her son over the years. She provides some insight into some of the criticisms that occasionally surface about unschooling too. There are advantages, profound and beautiful, silly and fun, to letting your child skip school, every day, for thirteen years. As you’ll see, some of Read More
You love the idea of unschooling, but your spouse isn’t convinced it’s the best option. Maybe you’ve been joining groups and reading blogs and you’re SOO onboard – it makes total sense. But he (though it’s not always the “he”) isn’t interested in really reading much about it. After all, he’s working extra hours so Read More
Let’s put this concept that Unschooling equals Unparenting to rest once and for all. Ok? People have been saying this for decades. And those same people usually have no first-hand knowledge about unschooling. Or perhaps they’ve witnessed one family having a rough time. Let’s try to remember a few things: Do people parent differently? Of course. Do Read More