• Unschooling

    Gameschooling

    Learning can and should be “all fun and games” because we learn best that which we learn with joy! Here are some of my family’s favorite games to play. Active Games Board Games Card Games Classic Games Cooperative Games Dice Games Nature Games Video Games Active Games Board Games Card Games Classic Games Cooperative Games If your child is as competitive as mine, try out some cooperative games where you all have to work together in order to win! These are some of our favorites. Dice Games Nature Games Video Games If you are interested in learning more about Gameschooling, check out this website. Feel free to comment YOUR favorite…

  • Health,  Podcast

    Emotions Your Child May Be Experiencing at the Dinner Table

    Have you ever thought about the kinds of emotions that your child may experience at the dinner table? For some children, meal time with the family is a happy and enriching experience. However, for many children, meal time triggers feelings of pressure, guilt, shame, and even fear. Pressure Children may experience internal or external pressure to eat certain foods and not eat other foods. Children may experience pressure regarding what they eat or how much they eat. My grandmother was raised during the Great Depression, so she emphasized the importance of finishing every crumb of food on your plate. To not eat everything on your plate was viewed as disrespectful,…

  • Episode 3: The Problem of Public School with Brenda Diaz

    Welcome to the Peaceful Worldschooling Podcast – Episode 3. “The Problem with Public School” featuring Public School Government Teacher and founder of The Red Lipstick Rebellion, Ms. Brenda Diaz. Brenda is a Social Studies teacher in Montgomery County, MD, with a passion for American History, Latin American History, and government. Her academic career began at Georgetown University, upon which after graduation, she applied her love of learning as a Spanish language teacher and Spanish Language Coordinator at a private school in DC. After her daughters were born, she decided to become a homemaker to her 3 beautiful girls: Josephine, aged 17; Julia-Christine, 13; and Kara, 6-years-old. Brenda believes in medical,…

  • Education,  Worldschooling

    Top 25 Worldschooling Books

    Whether you are exploring worldschooling, new to the adventure, or been worldschooling for decades, these are some of the amazing books that can provide inspiration and motivation for you on your journey! The 5-Hour School Week by Kaleena Amuchastegui The Brave Learner by Julie Bogart The Call of the Wild and Free by Ainsley Arment Dumbing Us Down by John Taylor Gatto Free to Learn by Peter Gray Gospel-Based Parenting by Angela Harders Home Grown by Ben Hewitt How Children Fail by John Holt How Children Learn by John Holt How Children Succeed by Paul Tough Sandra Dodd’s Big Book of Unschooling by Sandra Dodd The Self-Driven Child by William…

  • Worldschooling

    What is Worldschooling?

    Worldschooling can be simply defined as “the world is our school.” Worldschooling comes from the philosophy that the best learning is the kind that happens outside of the four walls of a traditional classroom. Instead, we view the world as our biggest and best classroom and the people in it as our greatest teachers. Peaceful Worldschoolers view the world as our biggest and best classroom and the people in it as our greatest teachers. Angela Harders Whether we are traveling to a country on the other side of the world or to the woods in our backyards, there is something to be learned from every place and from every person…

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