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A Tour of Our Reggio Inspired Homeschool Room - An Everyday Story

A Tour Inside Our Reggio-inspired Homeschool Room

Teaching government systems with gummy bears. I love using unconventional means to teach an idea/concept!!

Teaching government systems with gummy bears. I love using unconventional means to teach an idea/concept!!

Inventor's box. Let your kids play and learn about how things are made and how they work and all while having fun!  #DIY

Build STEM Skills at Home: Make an Inventor’s Box

Inventor's box. Let your kids play and learn about how things are made and how they work and all while having fun! #DIY

A peek inside a child-led homeschool room. This is a homeschool room for a kindergartener inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach (from An Everyday Story)

An Inquiry-based Homeschool Room

A peek inside a child-led homeschool room. This is a homeschool room for a kindergartener inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach (from An Everyday Story)

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game.  Also find more free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/Price-Range/Free

Using LEGOs to teach Math! Love this use of manipulatives! Plus, the kids will think they are playing a game. Also find more free #math ideas here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mathfilefoldergames/Price-Range/Free

One of the most common questions I get about unschooling (besides “can unschoolers go to college“) is, “How does it work if they just aren’t interested in a particular subject? Do they just avoid it, and never learn it? Doesn’t that lead to them having holes in their education?” Sometimes, I kind of want to laugh when I hear this…but I know it’s a serious question. I know that people really, honestly worry about this when we’re talking about unusual schooling methods. So let’s chat about it!

One of the most common questions I get about unschooling (besides “can unschoolers go to college“) is, “How does it work if they just aren’t interested in a particular subject? Do they just avoid it, and never learn it? Doesn’t that lead to them having holes in their education?” Sometimes, I kind of want to laugh when I hear this…but I know it’s a serious question. I know that people really, honestly worry about this when we’re talking about unusual schooling methods. So let’s chat about it!

I want to introduce you to our”unschool room” (hint – it’s our whole house). >> These Temporary Tents

I want to introduce you to our”unschool room” (hint – it’s our whole house). >> These Temporary Tents

10 Science Experiments to Do in the Kitchen

10 Science Experiments To Do in the Kitchen

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