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This is episode 51 and today I’m here with Kaleena Amuchastegui talking about taking the homeschool leap.
Kaleena is a mama of 4 and co-author of The 5 Hour School Week along with her husband Aaron. She left all the comfort of living and learning the traditional way and and now through travel, open communication and a huge dose of trust, they are learning and thriving together as a family.
Adventure of the Week
I share our adventure frolicking in fall at a state park.
Our Little Obsession
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Mainstream: Kaleena walks us through what her life was like for her family at the start of this journey.
Pivot: She goes over the catalyst for her family’s leap off the mainstream path and into homeschooling.
Lessons: She shares some of the lessons that she learned as she started homeschooling.
Self-Directed: We go over what self-directed learning is and why it’s important.
Picture: She discusses what homeschooling looks like for her family now.
5-Hour: She speaks to the parallel between the 5-Hour Work Week and her book The 5-Hour School Week.
Lifestyle: We discuss how the values that we center in homeschooling reflect in other areas of our lives like work, relationships, and health.
Q & A
We answer the question “How do you balance different interests and abilities between siblings (particularly where there is a larger gap between ages)?”
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