Thoughtful Homeschooling

Encouragement and analysis of all of those pesky issues related to homeschooling-socialisation, society, trust in children, time out for parents etc.
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50 Reasons Why I Love Homeschooling (From a Homeschooled Teen)

50 Reasons Why I Love Homeschooling {From a 15 year old Homeschooler}

And then I realized I was doing it all wrong {lessons in homeschooling} #homeschool #advice

And Then I Realized I Was Doing It All Wrong: Lessons in Homeschooling

And then I realized I was doing it all wrong {lessons in homeschooling} #homeschool #advice

Deschooling your Family - what it is, why you should do it, and how to start. From Fearless Homeschool.

Deschooling your Family

Deschooling your Family - what it is, why you should do it, and how to start. From Fearless Homeschool.

In our modern world, education and grades take a top priority in the lives of many students. However, it's important to remember these 10 things that matter more than grades.

Top 10 Things That Matter More Than Grades for Students

In our modern world, education and grades take a top priority in the lives of many students. However, it's important to remember these 10 things that matter more than grades.

If You Only Knew The Amazing Things Your Child Could Do Without School

If You Only Knew The Amazing Things Your Child Could Do Without School

I recently read this article titled ‘If You Only Knew The Amazing Things Your Child Does In School All Day’. When I saw the title I wondered to myself if there was something I was missing? Were there amazing things … Continue reading →

10 Things that Helped Me Through 31 Years of Homeschooling

10 Things that Helped Me Through 31 Years of Homeschooling

10 Things that Helped Me Through 31 Years of Homeschooling (Food for thought)

Why hobbies are important to homeschool moms. It might be more than you think.

Why hobbies are important to homeschool moms. It might be more than you think.

Unexpected encounters with homeschoolers outside their enclosures can be disconcerting. They typically start with generalized anxiety induced by seeing children outside during school hours and quickly progress to a host of questions the startled observer feels need to be answered.

A Field Guide to Homeschoolers

Unexpected encounters with homeschoolers outside their enclosures can be disconcerting. They typically start with generalized anxiety induced by seeing children outside during school hours and quickly progress to a host of questions the startled observer feels need to be answered.

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