Please join us on this slightly different Digging Deeper post as I take my daughters foraging into the wild for blackberries.
Suddenly, a lot of you are considering homeschool for the first time. If you have started looking beyond public school online, you might be beginning to realize that none of us homeschoolers seem to be doing the same thing.
We call our educational experience a lot of things depending on the day. Homeschooling. Roadschooling. Wildschooling. Even forest schooling. It is not only possible to get out in almost all weather conditions...it's actually good for you! Here are our recommendations for our absolute favorite, will not compromise on, pieces of gear.
Wildschooling isn't the only way that we educate our kids but I think it may be the most influential. Maybe even the most important. I think of everything else that we do as supplemental to raising nature loving kids.
This is part of our series chronicling our journey through the United States. If you have a National Parks pass this park is FREE to enjoy! https://youtu.be/_NmP53Cg40U Our all time favorite, can't stop reminiscing about it park is Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. We actually didn't spend much time here because we had already… Continue reading Grand Teton National Park
This is part of our series chronicling our journey through the United States. If you have a National Parks pass this park is FREE to enjoy! https://youtu.be/oo8UOoSVKo4 This one is a wee bit harder to get to so if you plan on visiting, I suggest staying in the nearby town of Arco. You can grab… Continue reading Craters of the Moon National Monument
I'm raising children that still believe forests are magical places. As the trees envelop us a hush falls over everyone. Granted, it is a short lived hush because the children have so much to share and say as we walk, but I don't mind.