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The Unschooling Philosophy

The Unschooling Philosophy believes children are born naturally curious and eager to learn. This desire will grow as long as…

The Montessori Philosophy

The Montessori Philosophy believes children to be naturally eager for knowledge and fully capable of learning given the right environment….

Rudolf Steiner

The Waldorf Philosophy

The Waldorf Philosophy is rooted in a human-oriented spiritual philosophy that believes we have basic artistic needs and a need…

The Charlotte Mason Philosophy

The Charlotte Mason Philosophy is rooted in the idea that education is best comprised of three critical components: atmosphere, discipline,…

Review of “Wicked Bugs” for Parents with Bug Lovers

Cait from My Little Poppies discusses how much her bug-loving son love the book Wicked Bugs.  In the review, she also…

Summer Fun Basket

In this article, homeschooling mastermind Alicia shares her exciting ideas for a summer fun basket, including summer basics as well…

New Free Book: Subject by Subject the Charlotte Mason Way

Sonya Shafer of Simple Charlotte Mason’s popular series called “Subject by Subject the Charlotte Mason Way” is now available as…

Review: Creation Museum in Kentucky

Catherine Jaime of Creative Learning Connection reviews her visit to the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky.  From the museum website:…

The Survival Podcast

Multi-Generational Learning with Mike and Sue Laprise

On Episode 2212 of The Survival Podcast, Mike and Sue Laprise discuss multi-generational learning.  A caller had a question on…

Gardening with Children

“Working in a garden helps connect children with nature and the cycle of the year, teaches children where our food…

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