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Unschooling Kindergarten

I recently received an email from a parent who wondered how unschooling worked with a child that could not yet read or write (her child was currently in public school Kindergarten and struggling). Here was my reply:

Unschooling works wonderfully for children who cannot read or write yet. First off, there are so many . . . → Read More: Unschooling Kindergarten

Your Child Wants to Attend School – Now What?

A reader posed this Unschooling Question:

Hello! We decided to homeschool before my first was born. Along the way we discovered unschooling and it was a perfect fit…for mom and dad. My daughter, now 5, wants to go to school so unbelievably bad. At first I was appalled, but I have since warmed to . . . → Read More: Your Child Wants to Attend School – Now What?

Kindergarten Scope and Sequence

“What curriculum do you suggest for Kindergarten?”

This is a question I am frequently asked by parents. It is also a question I find particularly difficult to provide a quick, easy response to. The truth is I do not believe that a curriculum is necessary for Kindergarten, but that usually is not the answer . . . → Read More: Kindergarten Scope and Sequence