The ADVENTURES IN NATURAL LEARNING Seasonal Journal, made in NZ by a kiwi mother of seven (involved in home education for over 20 years).
It is a place for you or your child to record your personal journey through a natural education year, with many suggested topics (drawn from many different educational systems and suggested curricula) separated into appropriate seasons, to provide a rich, exciting life.
Easy and super fun to use!
Both the Handbook and the Seasonal Journal are suitable for EVERY age, for various lifestyles:
- child-directed education
- natural learning
- supplement to regular schooling
- or curriculum-based home education.
Can be used with or without the Adventures In Natural Learning: Handbook.
Happy customers say:
" ...they are exactly what I hoped they would be and the journal is just what I was looking for to record our home educating adventure! Thank you for writing them ... I can see exactly how this will work with my family and my highly resistant to "planned schooling" kids."
M B - Lower Hutt
My 6 year old, after asking me to write out one section decided he wanted to continue on his own. This is huge for him.
A H - Wellington
I highly recommend Debbie's "Adventures In Natural Learning" handbook and seasonal journals. The handbook has given me many wonderful ideas for fun activities for my children. My 10 year old also likes to refer to the book himself for suggestions for play and learning. There are ideas that would suit all ages, personalities and interests.
The seasonal journals are a beautiful way to record and remember adventures, activities and learning.
K R - Christchurch
Your books are amazing Debbie and are going to be an amazing resource for my wee family on our journey ..thank you for sharing x
K T - Rotorua
"I couldn't imagine how boring/ how much I would be struggling without your resources!! You have brought huge inspiration to our family and our learning adventures and I'm so grateful for your input. Thank you, a million times thank you xxxo"
TH - Nelson
"… FANTASTIC resource for raising curious, creative, world-exploring kids (whether they go to school or not)"