Children are born with a natural ability to learn. They are naturally curious, interactive, engaged, exploratory, and playful. They learn, amongst other things, to recognise their main care givers, they learn to crawl and walk, and they learn to feed themselves. They do all these things with the support from family members and without tuition.Continue reading “Trusting the Learning Process (Part One)”
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Kind (and other key words)
Here are some words that you will come across repeatedly whilst reading about Unschooling: Love Love your children on purpose. Unconditionally. Even when they are struggling and emotional and aggressive. Choose a loving atmosphere. Create loving moments. Love them all the time. Joy Seek joy. Support joy. Choose joy. Create joyful moments. Be joyful. PeaceContinue reading “Kind (and other key words)”
Giving from our Resources
Unschooling is a form of Home Educating. It is a whole life embracing approach to family living. It is a 24/7 investment. There is no ‘two hours of curriculum’ and ‘one hour of daily clubs’ and the educational boxes have been ticked and completed for the day. It requires constant adult presence and availability. ItContinue reading “Giving from our Resources”
You don’t get far when reading about or researching Unschooling without coming across the idea that prioritising your relationship with your child is paramount to success. It is the pillar that holds everything else up or the foundation on which everything else is built. Without it you can still build an adequate structure but inContinue reading “Prioritising Relationships”