A Treasure Hunt Homeschool Day

In a previous post, we talked about what “counts” as a school day. But, what does a homeschool school day look like? Here’s an example from a homeschooling dad in South Carolina. He created an impromptu treasure hunt homeschool day. Andrew is a homeschool dad and blogger at SC Homeschoolers. He pulled together this treasure […]

Deschooling Activities

Deschooling is the mental adjustment period when you leave the school system. In a previous post, we talked about some quick start curriculum ideas. Today, let’s also consider some deschooling activities to do while you adjust to your new homeschooling lifestyle. Check out my guest post at Homeschool.com –>What is Deschooling?<– I am a graduate […]

Lesson Plan Examples

Let’s take a look at some lesson plan examples. In a previous post, I explained about homeschool record-keeping requirements. Now, let’s see more about the details and format of lesson plans (or journals). Homeschool law in South Carolina requires you to do lesson plans or a journal. But, what should they look like? What details […]

How do Unschoolers Document Learning?

Homeschool law in South Carolina mandates some basic record-keeping requirements. So, what if you are an unschooler and you don’t actually plan ahead? This is how one unschooler does her journal. How do unschoolers document learning? How do we maintain the records required by law?  These are the most frequently asked questions I hear when talking with other […]

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