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"Children do not need to learn to be better, told what to do or shown how. If they are given access to enough of the world, they will see clearly enough what things are truly important to themselves and to others, and they will make for themselves a better path into that world than anyone else could make for them." John Holt

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                       February 25th, 2014

Today the kids indulged in alot of screen time. This morning they watched Twilight: New Moon. Bubba and Bret played Ghost on the Playstation 3 and  did some facebooking as well as playing some app games like Flappy Bird. Dora spent some time playing Little Big Planet 2.

We were really behind on laundry since we had done without a washer and dryer for awhile so all hands were on deck and helped with laundry. Bubba and Bret played Yugioh. Bubba also practiced playing the guitar. Pandora rode outside on her scooter for a little while. 

Bubba, Dora and I decorated some white coffee mugs I had picked up at Goodwill with Sharpies. We are hoping the designs stay since I have heard both good and bad things about this project!

Here are the ones Dora did:


Bubba did this one:

Here are mine:


Dad called and let me know he was going to need to be picked up at the tire place since he had to get new tires and an oil change for his work van so Dora and I went to pick him up and stopped by Walmart for a few minutes to pick up some catfood and a few things we needed. After coming back home for a few minutes Dad and I decided to go to the library and check out a few things. None of the kids wanted to go with us so they stayed home. 

This post was written as a part of the year long series "Hitchhikers Guide to Unschooling" where I attempt to show you what it is like to live in a family where school does not exist!