Learning Academics

Unschooling & Academics

Unschooled children learn academics. They just learn them in somewhat unconventional ways.

Basic subjects weave throughout our lives every day. This is usually the first way that unschoolers learn the things they need to know. Because if they're not part of our daily lives, what's really the point?

Another way that unschoolers naturally pick up subjects is when they're playing or interested in something - and they need additional skills to progress! No better reason to learn something than actually needing it in their lives! And because the topic is in context and relevant to their world, it will also have a far greater likelihood of being retained.

Unschooling Mom2Mom has an enormous collection of resources when it comes to what parents worry most about:

"How will unschooled kids learn Reading, Writing, and Math?"

Be sure to bookmark the page, because there are a lot of articles and videos for you to read/watch!

Reading

Whether your child is young and just beginning on their pre-reading journey, or they're older and struggling with reading, we have resources for you here!

Math

We worry SO much about math! Whether it's our own perceived lack, or our worry about our kids lack of interest, read more about how unschooled kids learn math!

Writing

The 3rd of the "3R's!" Not to worry though! We have plenty of resources for you to understand more about how kids learn to write.

Academic Bundle

Unschooling Guides help parents understand how unschooling works. Here is a collection of 4 Unschooling Guides at a special rate!

  • Unschooling & Math
  • Unschooling & Reading
  • Unschooling & Writing
  • "Am I Doing Enough?"

What About the Rest of the Subjects?

Unschoolers have discovered so many fun ways to learn a variety of topics. There's no need to spend a ton on curriculum when options are everywhere in the world. You just need a little help finding some of these cool resources - we're happy to share!