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  1. Crash Course Homeschool Unschool History: The Black Legend

    The first homeschool unschool history lesson is in early U.S. History from the Crash Course YouTube series. The Black Legend, Native Americans, and Spaniards: Crash Course US #1. In case you missed the first science lesson, you can access it here. Below is the video from YouTube but again, I think this is a really cool series so you should subscribe to get updates! BONUS: The videos are FREE! Pair free, educational videos (created by very animated and enthusiastic teachers) with some free library ...
  2. Crash Course Homeschool Unschool History: Thanksgiving & American Colonization

    The girls are gearing-up for their first full week of their hybrid homeschool unschool. They are still working on their Crash Course lessons in U.S. History and Science from last week, but I got started on the gathering resources for the next homeschool unschool History lesson in case they finish before the end of the week. Since things are a little hectic with my schedule, I decided to stay ahead of the planning and gathering "game". As I mentioned last year, it is important for the girls ...
  3. Crash Course Homeschool Unschool Science Lesson: Passing Gases

    We're taking a much more hands-off approach (me) this year in our hybrid homeschool-unschool method. The girls will have more control in choosing what they want to study each week for subjects, with the exception of Math. Towards the end of our first year, I stumbled upon this really cool video series on YouTube titled: Crash Course. The videos are done by two brothers, covering (mostly) science and social studies topics. Since we spent a lot of time at the local libraries and used resources for ...

    Updated 08-13-2013 at 04:10 PM by mseward

  4. Homeschool: The Remix (Year Deux)

    I have been quiet for the past few months....because my kids have been GONE ALL SUMMER! LOL Getting ready to gear-up for our second year of homeschooling and we are making some minor changes but I believe they will save us some time (and me some grief).

    As the summer vacation winds down for many public school kids, back-to-school sales and commercials abound. For us, the back-to-school routine will be a little different since the girls will start their second year of homeschool. Actually, ...
  5. 193 Homeschool Days Later and I'm Ready For a Break!

    Well, we've officially ended our first year of homeschooling. Hard to believe we've been at it for 193 days and I had reservations in the beginning about whether I was really ready to homeschool my girls. The past week the girls have just been hanging out at home, reading, playing games online, and napping. Ideally, I'd like to continue homeschooling through the summer but realistically: I NEED A BREAK!

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