What is it really? How do you know they are learning what they will need to be able to go to college? I am planning to homeschool my children (so far I have a 3.5 year old and an 18 month old) and I keep trying to find a preschool curriculum that I like. I have tried hands on homeschooling and BFIAR and I just can't seem to stick with them. We do it for awhile and then it gets too structured and we stop. I know he's only 3 and a half but I am starting to wonder whether I would rather relax about it a bit. I have so much fun when its unprompted learning. Like lately he has been really interested in the weather and seasons and what not so we have been reading books and doing activities around that. Awhile ago it was bears. Who knows what it will be next although he seems to be heading towards being interested in botany. So those who unschool - what does unschooling mean really? Can you do a modified unschooling, like some bookwork but on a relaxed basis? Any info is greatly appreciated!
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5/5/04 at 7:58pm