Sunday, March 28, 2010
Saturday, March 27, 2010
I was looking for a place to save a quote from Jill (from the chat), and some discussion about children hitting and throwing things. I searched for "hit" in the place where posts can be edited, and only found these:
Biscochitos, and Hitler
I should add photos to the bizcochitos.
But here's where the other things went:
http://sandradodd.com/attitude, which has enough links to keep anyone busy for an hour or three, so don't forget your kids.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Something new by Joyce Fetteroll, at the bottom of a page you might not have seen at all (or lately):
Principles (It's not just another word for "rules"!)
Direct effects of watching television (new writing by Deb Lewis, at the bottom):
and that reminds me of Jacki's daughter Hannah's experience, in the box at right on this page:
TV, Learning, Choices and FOOD—How Unschoolers Watch TV
If the photo has been used before, it deserves to be seen again!
Two things on breathing:
Schuyler Waynforth's account of learning, in Japan when her children were very young, the value of learning to calm herself:
http://sandradodd.com/breathing (bottom of the page)
and the transcript of a chat on breathing
Thursday, March 11, 2010
There's a peaceful, warm new image on the sleep directory page, lower right, with a link to its home:
Following a question concerning people taking teens out of high school to unschool there right near the end, other ideas and links were added here:
How playing with My Little Pony inspired a career in science:
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Find more videos like this on Soundtrack Fans
A teen boy out with his mom; what's "the secret"?
(all new page, which inspired all-new index page)
The problem with "Support"
I want to help support people's KIDS, not supporting the parents to do as little as possible for their kids. So back to the beginning, with that.
Friday, March 5, 2010
A new quote by Joyce on balance and what unschooling is, 2/3 of the way down on the right:
Some kids flit from interest to interest instead of having a single obsession. More will be added to this page, but here's a start:
A girl was interested in fashion design and her mom told her she needed to study math from a textbook. Unfortunately, the mom told the Always Learning list. This page is also still being added to, but here are ideas for things to do for a girl interested in fashion design, and the things she could learn from that interest.