If you remember me from other threads, you know that my family is discerning whether homeschooling is going to be a good fit for our family. I'm trying to find a curriculum suggestion for a little boy who is really active. REALLY active :-)
I've requested from the library some books on helping me to understand how he learns. We tend toward unschooling philosophically, but I think I'm going to need some guidance in the first years for HSing if we do this. Are there curricula that you've found that are especially good for active boys? I've fallen in love with the Oak Meadow curriculum and I'll probably borrow it from a friend for some ideas, but the idea of building activities around Waldorf philosophy for my oldest is funny when I'm honest with myself ;-)
Thanks for your help. I've requested from the library the "100 Top Picks" to help discern, but it sounds like that book might be of limited usefullness for my family because it focuses on conservative Christian philosophies.