Our Homeschooling Gallery

  • 25 March 2020
  • Kristi
A photo gallery of our homeschooling unschooling activities

I take a guided eclectic unschooling and homeschooling approach with Samantha so we can work through her specific learning needs in a calm loving environment without the social pressures, excess busy work, and emotional peer overload. This gallery is a collection of all the games, worksheets, activities, crafts, and materials we have made. I hope you find them useful, and you can always reach out to me if you have any questions on any of them.

 

If you love this gallery, be sure to check out this Pinterest board: Homeschool Hands On Learning Ideas

What are some of your favorite Unschooling / Homeschooling Activities? 

 

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