Why would I want to turn something as unique and wonderful as unschooling into routine homeschool records notes?
I wish I could take delight in my daughters’ learning without ever thinking about homeschool records. Unfortunately, that’s not possible. I always have to keep one eye on the records book so that my unschoolers can fulfil the necessary homeschool registration requirements . While my girls are busy learning, I have to do a lot of behind-the-scenes work. I have to translate all their unschooling learning experiences into the right educational language.
In this week’s podcast, episode 96, I share
- how I turned some of my 13-year-old daughter’s recent learning experiences into notes for my Evernote homeschool records book
- a lot of the resources that we have been using
Evernote Workshop Series
Latest music video: Can’t Help Falling in Love
Mansfield Park: movie, (1999) version
Great Artists with Tim Marlow: a documentary series
Mr Turner: movie
Shmoop: educational website
Zeus on the Loose: game
Wartime Farm on Youtube
Tudor Monastery Farm on Youtube
Edwardian Farm on Youtube
Victorian Farm on Youtube
Full Steam Ahead on Youtube
iFit: fitness website
The Code of Love” A True Story by Andro Linklater
So I’m wondering if you also have to keep homeschool records. Do you like Elvis? And what about board games? Do you have a favourite?