Part of what I feel natural homeschooling is is learning that happens without curriculum. It might still include books, nature walks, etc. It’s learning that happen naturally in your day to day life.
Homeschool curriculum – boxed curriculum, our eclectic curriculum choices, and everything in between.
Science experiments – the experiments we do to go along with our curriculum and those that we do for fun.
Homeschool help – these are the articles I wrote to help you. To help you stay on track. To help you keep going when you feel like quitting. To help you get more organized. And to help you have a little more you time.
Natural Homeschooling – Part of what I feel natural homeschooling is is learning that happens without curriculum. It might still include books, nature walks, etc. You’ll find this posts by scrolling down a little farther.
Here I have compiled any and all homeschool related posts here on my site. If there is something specific you are looking for, use the search either to the right (on desktop) or all the way at the bottom (on mobile).
I have tried to break this down but as you can image, some topics overlap others. You may also be interested in checking out our science page too for science experiments.
Part of homeschooling is the life part, experiencing life and living life, and learning from those things. These are some of the ways that your kids might be learning at home, or ways that they are learning.
Nature Bases Studies
Child–led learning is when a child is offered the opportunity to choose their own learning activity, whether that’s building with blocks, playing in the sandpit, or painting, for example. Lego here in our house is a favorite child-led learning activity.