During the Covid-19 Quarantine

This week, Washington has been getting more and more cases of COVID-19, so we’re opting to stay home as much as possible and to try to stay sane amongst all of the scary news stories. Please note: many of the links posted here are affiliate...

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Our favorite interest-led
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I mean, I have quite a few favorite homeschooling resources including sites like CodeCombat, Tynker and Prodigy which are all super engaging, free and well made educational game sites, but Outschool really takes the cake!...

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What Does it Really Look Like?

I have to admit that I was not a huge fan of the term “unschooling” when I first heard it. It sounded excessively anti-establishment and like the term itself was purposely designed to evoke a strong emotional...

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6 of Our Favorite Video Games for Gameschooling

If the title isn’t self-explanatory enough, then hello there and welcome to the first list of our favorite video games that we love as gameschoolers! If you don’t know what gameschooling is, then the quick and dirty definition is: homeschooling by using games. The games that qualify are video games, board games, card games, typically. […]

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Brain Chase, Chess & Chalk – A Day in the Life of Unschoolers (#2)

After our amazing Indian feast on Friday, yesterday we laid low while we mourned the presumed loss of our kitty of 10 years 🙁 He left on Saturday night and now as I write this, he’s been gone 3 nights, 4 days. We’re hoping against all logical reason that he’ll come back, but at this […]

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Taste of India & Stardew Valley – A Day in the Life of Unschoolers (#1)

I suppose this is post number 1 of our Day in the Life of Unschoolers series! After posting about a few weeks of unschooling (Here, Here and Here), I decided that I’d prefer a shorter, more compacted version, which I also assume you, dear reader, will also prefer 🙂 That said, before I jump into […]

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Gameschooling During the COVID-19 Quarantine Homeschool Log (March 15-21)

This week, Washington has been getting more and more cases of COVID-19, so we’re opting to stay home as much as possible and to try to stay sane amongst all of the scary news stories. Please note: many of the links posted here are affiliate links, meaning if you purchase anything from these links, we […]

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Cooking, Gardening and Home Ec Homeschool Log (March 8-15)

Whatever U and I had last week, we decided to start quarantining ourselves, just in case. It could also be just a cold, however, we’re deciding we’d rather be safe than sorry (plus, we’ve been using the excuse to be super introverted this week (it’s a shame, really 😉)). Please note: many of the links […]

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Perler Beads and Minecraft Homeschool Log (March 1-7, 2020)

I’ve decided to start logging our homeschool journey, more as a journal for myself as well as to share some of the fun things we’ve been doing at Raising Abundance! Please note: many of the links posted here are affiliate links, meaning if you purchase anything from these links, we will receive a small portion […]

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Our Favorite Interest-Led Homeschool Resource: Outschool

by Kyrsten Sherwood I mean, I have quite a few favorite homeschooling resources including sites like CodeCombat, Tynker and Prodigy which are all super engaging, free and well made educational game sites, but Outschool really takes the cake! Outschool is a tool that is especially made for homeschoolers who are going the child-led and interest-based […]

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