I’m joining up with a team of amazing homeschool moms to talk about homeschool things next week. The series will begin on Monday, the 16th of April. Each of us chose a theme – one that we know quite a bit about – and this happens to be mine: Accidental Unschooling.
Just what is accidental unschooling, you ask? Well, you’ll have to wait until next week for more… but in a nut shell, it’s watching your kids learn and blossom by delight-directed learning and life-lessons, regardless of how much remains unchecked on your homeschool lesson planner. Education that happens naturally – without the direction of mom – and often in spite of her! Heavy on the ‘in spite of her’ part.
Each of us is assigned to write about our chosen topic for TEN days. That should be easy since we’ve been accidentally unschooling for quite a while now (read: two children under 3 in the house – and two teens with health problems these past two years).
There’s a cornucopia of topics to pick from and follow along with:
10 Days of Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Homeschooling
(I could have also done this topic well, yes?)
10 Days of Cultivating Curiosity
10 Days of Teaching with Legos
10 Days of Large Family Homeschooling
10 Days of Teaching Home Ec Skills
10 Days of Copywork and Dictation
10 Days of Nature Study
10 Days of Classic Literature
10 Days of Pouring into Your Children’s Passions
10 Days of Homeschooling for Free & Frugal
10 Days of Adoption
10 Days of Math Games and Activities
10 Days to Wheat/Gluten-Free Meals
10 Days of Kid Friendly Meals
10 Days of Teaching Writing
10 Days of Teaching God’s Word
10 Days of Simple Homeschool
10 Days of Online Teaching Tools
10 Days of Home Organization
10 Days of Delighting in Your Preschooler
10 Days of Homeschooling 101
10 Days of File Folder Games
10 Days of Teaching Music
10 Days of Preschool Science
10 Days of Intentional Parenting
10 Days of Ruling Your Curriculum
10 Days of Homeschooling a High Schooler
10 Days of Lasagna Learning – Teaching Multiple Ages
Sounds like I need to be tuning in to quite a few other topics, myself.
So… join us next week as we start our 10 days of Homeschool topics series! You won’t want to miss it.