Interrupted with Unschooling

Unschooling is the educational philosophy that learning should be unstructured and child-led.  I unschooled throughout my children’s preschool years and avoided any structured learning until my children were around age 5.  But unschooling hasn’t left the building. As an eclectic homeschooler I choose between a variety of homeschooling philosophies and…

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A Call for Submissions…

Eclectic Homeschooling will be hosting the first Eclectic Homeschooling Blog Carnival.  Eclectic homeschooling doesn’t subscribe to one particular educational philosophy or method.  Instead it takes bits and pieces from several different philosophies or methods. The Eclectic Homeschooling Blog Carnival welcomes blog posts about homeschooling regardless of the method you use.…

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Homeschooling with a Toddler – Rotating Toy Boxes

Homeschooling with an active toddler can be challenging.  Little ones can become bored easily and get into things they should not.  Rotating toy boxes have saved the day for our family more than one time.  When my boys were small I worked full time from home.  I put most of…

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