Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Our Lack of A Schoolroom....

Not Back to School Blog Hop

Where do we do “school”?  That is hard to answer since we don’t do school.  We learn.  School is a noun.  Learn is a verb.  We learn everywhere, everyday.  Because of this, our work is spread from one end of the house to the other.  We have tried containing it in a room.  It did not work for us.  
We learn here.


And here.

Here.


And here.

And we love that school does not define us.  Three years into this journey and “back to school” comes and goes and does not really affect us much.  We stock up on supplies at Target and Walmart and what we buy we buy in bulk, like 36 glue sticks, 10 scissors, and 1,000 index cards.  We have lots of friends over and we create many things.
Like this.

And this.

And this.

We are blessed to have amazing friends who teach us many things. 
Like this.

And this.

This.

And this!

The world is our classroom.  When we are traveling we call it Roadschooling although I may have to change it to World Learning. 
Last year we learned at the Cape.

We learned in Chicago.

In Tennessee.

At Block Island.

In New York

In Virginia.

In Washington, D.C.

This year should be no different!  

1 comment:

  1. I love this! This is very much how we learn, though I wish there were more roadschooling each year for us. :)

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