Defined most simply, unschooling is not schooling. Unschoolers do not send their children to school and they do not do at home the kinds of things that are done at school. More specifically, they do not establish a curriculum for their children, they do not require their children to do particular assignments for the purpose of education, and they do not test their children to measure progress. Instead, they allow their children freedom to pursue their own interests and to learn, in their own ways, what they need to know to follow those interests. They also, in various ways, provide an environmental context and environmental support for the child’s learning. Life and learning do not occur in a vacuum; they occur in the context of a cultural environment, and unschooling parents help define and bring the child into contact with that environment.
Fyi, my native language is Bahasa Indonesian, so one of foreign language that we learn are English, because it’s international languge.
So, to enrich Enya and Iyet vocabulary, I bought books by Bright Sparks – Cambridge. There are 70 books in 1 box that is consisted of by 3 level. For level 1 there are 20 books.
Here are my review:
This morning, when I was busy in the kitchen, Enya came to me and said: ‘ Can I help you, mama?’
So I asked Enya to cut the carrots, Here she is:
And now, we planted grapes seeds..
Just like before, equipments that is prepared as follows:
– Two containers with soil
– Grapes seeds
After finished washing the dishes, I went to the kids again. Unusually, Enya is quiet and serious … and … surprise … She was very serious learning the math books that I purchased for her before that I put on the table in the living room…
Here she is…..
Right now, We planted chili seeds.
Just like before:
– Get two containers of soil