I’ve been reading a lot of different books that have inspired reflection on our environment lately. One was The Little Book of Hygge which inspired me to create nooks and consider lighting and smells and a homely, cozy atmosphere. The other was Willpower Doesn’t Work which discusses how we should set up our environment to […]
Our weekly rhythm changes depending on the season, the kids current extra-curricular activities and the needs of our family at any given time. I shared in my recent post about how to cultivate a family culture of inspired learners how it is so helpful to have deliberate conversations where we ask our children what they […]
Sometimes my heart forgets the reality of childhood for so many. The normalised disconnection. The captivity by a different name. The lack of freedoms. The standardisation. The contextless learning. The removal of autonomy. The expected conformity. The acceptance of so many unnatural things. Like children being grouped by postcode, by age, in rooms, indoors, in […]
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I have kept my ecosphere jar alive for almost half a year so I thought it was time to share how I created one! We did this with our unschooling group and it is so much fun! What you will need: a jar and lid (we used one that is half a litre and one […]