❤ ❤ ❤ HOMESCHOOLING ❤ ❤ ❤


If you’d like to consider homeschooling or unschooling your kiddos then this one page is the place to help you find 99% of your answers to get started AND the authentic inspiration to keep going!

Would you like one go to resource “covering it all” as you explore homeschooling?

Laura Grace Weldon’s Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes Everything is the only book you’ll need to get on track for the whole family. No extra curriculum costs required! Any other purchases for your homeschool journey are absolutely optional as all you truly need is a good old library card and bonus if you have access online to the world wide web.

Sound too good to be true?

Check out my entire series, chapter-by-chapter summary outline here, on how her one book aligned with all that my family did for 20+years of our P.L.A.Y.-filled homeschooling.

Time to P.L.A.Y. – Yes YOU Can!

P.L.A.Y. is here to help the whole family on their life learning journey with daily nature activities and support:

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Still not 100% sure?

Then read the posts linked below to put your mind at ease.

You’ll be so glad you did!

Summary of Chapters through Reviews & Reflections

To sample the topics covered by Laura Grace Weldon in the Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes Everything book read this Reviews & Reflections series written by Karen at P.L.A.Y. by clicking on the chapter links below.

Chapter 1 – Natural Learning Happens Everywhere

Chapter 2 – Nurturing the Learner

Chapter 3 – Work, Play, and Other Essentials

Chapter 4 – Connecting with Others

Chapter 5 – Collaborating Benefits Everyone

Chapter 6 – Homeschooling Changes Everything

Chapter 7 – Adventure Homeschooling

Chapter 8 – Field Tripping

Chapter 9 – Full Spectrum Learning

Chapter 10 – Science & Nature

Chapter 11 – Math

Chapter 12 – Physical Education/Health

Chapter 13 – The Arts

Chapter 14 – Language Arts/Foreign Language

Chapter 15 – History

Chapter 16 – Volunteerism, Ethics, Spirituality

If you live in Massachusetts these are the top two online resources (including MA laws, guidelines, and requirements) that our family used:

AHEM – Advocates for Home Education in Massachusetts

MHLA – Massachusetts Home Learning Association

*If you are looking for homeschool information and you live outside of Massachusetts simply key word search:

Homeschooling + (insert your state name here)