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Yes! I need a shirt with this. People say that I have great social skills and then when I tell them that I'm Home\Unschooled they look at me and say "Really wow you don't seem unsocial." Like they expected me to be a complete weirdo who knows nothing and hides in a corner all day.

Unschooling thoughts from a wise guy. I like the idea of semi structured yet developmentally (as in, per child) focused learning. Yet I do think Montessori is super appropriate for infancy through age two. Beyond that point, I think things need to flow with the child's interests, in combination with constant, varied exposure to learning opportunities.

Reading, writing, social studies, science, and more - ideas for "unschooling" preschoolers.