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Sixpence Unschooling with Elizabeth Melton

Homesteads and Homeschools

Release Date: 01/28/2020

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Back on the show to kick of year number two is our very first guest from wayback in episode one, Ms. Elizabeth Melton! In episode one we talked about Elizabeth's CSA and her homesteading adventures, today, we talked all of her shcooling adventures. Elizabeth spent some time teaching in a private school before having children and eventually deciding to unschool them. We talked about making that choice, how they've transitioned to the "real" world, and the different resources she used.

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