Have you ever wondered why there is so much “work” and so little fun in school? Do your kids complain about all the pencil-and-paper-at-the-table they have to do each day? Do you wish you could just spend your days following your kids’ interests and letting them be kids?

You totally can, and this Working Group will help parents figure it out.

Unschooling is a method of homeschooling where there is very little “work” and all the time in the world to explore and play and grow together. Art projects, science experiments,  nature walks, and more, can count as school.

Length & Duration: 60-minute live, virtual meetings once a week for 4 weeks

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Parents will receive advice to help figure out ways to implement unschooling into family life, as well as how to record it and keep it legal. We'll discuss different ages and grades, how to make each subject interesting so that most of the time students won’t even realize they’re “having school.” Each session includes a Q&A at the end.


Sati Glenn

Sati Glenn

Sati is mom of 3 and a small business owner who has been working from home and homeschooling her kids since preschool. Now in 4th and 7th grade, they are blossoming and enjoying their many interests without much “work” getting in the way!