- Eclectic Homeschool Method (1)
- Unschooling (3)
- Charlotte Mason Method (7)
- Classical Education Method (3)
- Montessori Homeschooling (5)
- Waldorf Education Method (6)
- Distance Learning for Homeschoolers (17)
Homeschooling Methods, Explained
One of the advantages of homeschooling is getting to pick from a variety of teaching methods.
Combine homeschooling styles to create an environment that works best for your family.
What is Unschooling?
Unschooling lets children follow their interests at their own pace.
Unit Studies: Tie Subjects Together With a Theme
How to create a multi-disciplinary unit study.
Improve Learning With Hands-On Activities
People retain information better when they use multiple ways to take it in.
My Homeschooling Philosophy
Every homeschooling family has its own goals and objectives. This is how I would describe ours.
An Interview with "Free Range Learning" Author Laura Grace Weldon
How to nurture your children's natural abilities and connect with the world around them.
"The Well-Trained Mind" and Classical Homeschooling
Susan Wise Bauer and Jesse Wise sparked a wave of interest in the Classical model of
Make Homeschooling Work For You
Figure out how much you can handle, and find help for the rest.
Common terms used by schools and parents and what they mean.