Unschooling Philosophies That Any Homeschooling Style Can Embrace


Kris Bales

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Kris Bales and her husband of 25+ years are parents to three kids - one high schooler and two homeschool grads. Kris has a pretty serious addiction to sweet tea and Words with Friends. She also seems intent on becoming the crazy cat lady long before she's old and alone.

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Do you ever wake up and simply not want to homeschool? I know I do. I wake up and want to toss my lesson plans in the air. I want a change of pace. Yet I don’t want to neglect my children’s education. Instead I compromise and choose one of these ten educational days when I don’t want to homeschool.

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