Savannah, GA, May 29, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Some of the new posts on the unschooling blog include a review on the Road Trip Teacher Study Guide, questions to think about regarding Mount Rushmore and a post about an indoor excavation site. These posts provide direction and inspiration for parents that are currently unschooling their children or are interested in getting started.
The blog features many aspects of homeschooling life from activities that happen on a day-to-day basis, to articles that discuss the fundamental concepts of Unschooling Paradise’s teaching methods. Parents can achieve the teaching style and home-life management skills that are necessary to become not only an effective teacher but to manage the household as well.
Unschooling Paradise helps parents to assist their children with learning course material in interesting and exciting ways such as baking, trips and turning every family outing into a learning experience. Unschooling also involves learning practical skills that will assist young adults with achieving independence after they graduate school.
Many parents began the homeschooling lifestyle due to their own dissatisfaction with the results they achieved from their own public school education and due to the large class sizes and budget cuts that are currently happening in the public school system and are preventing children from reaching their full potential. Unschooling Paradise has a holistic approach to homeschooling that teaches children skills on a variety of levels including academic and practical and can be achieved on almost any budget.
Children that are part of the unschooling program learn topics that interest them, become independent and mature more quickly than their peers. Unschooling Paradise encourages parents that are interested in homeschooling to read tips in their unschooling blog.
To find out more about Unschooling Paradise and schooling at home visit, http://www.unschoolingparadise.com/