What is Unschooling?
… resources to help you explore living and learning without school
Hi! I’m Pam Laricchia and since 2002 I have happily spent countless hours supporting the unschooling lives of our three children.
As the primary unschooling parent in our family of five, my own unschooling journey has cycled between discomfort, exploration, and discovery. Over the years, this sometimes messy but always valuable learning has helped me move beyond many of the conventions of education and parenting and discover the engaged and joyful lifestyle that lies within reach.
Resource #1: Get your free book, What is Unschooling?
In this book I introduce you to the world of unschooling in small, manageable chunks.
What is unschooling? How do children learn without school? Will it work for us?
Click on the book to get your FREE copy!
Resource #2: Subscribe to the podcast!
The weekly Exploring Unschooling podcast is a deep dive into interviews, information, and inspiration on a wide variety of unschooling-related topics.
Resource #3: Read the blog, curated pages, and published articles.
New to unschooling? Some experience under your belt? Established unschooling lifestyle? I’ve been writing about unschooling for more than a decade, and that means lots of information for you! Check out the various resources below to see which might connect with you where you are right now on your unschooling journey.
Resource #4: Dive even deeper with my books!
On the book pages you’ll find more information about the book, some helpful reviews, and where to buy the ebook or print editions.
Resource #5: Childhood Redefined: An Unschooling Summit.
Anne Ohman and I have hosted two Childhood Redefined Summit events, and now we’re planning the next one online! Check out the website for more info, which we’ll continue to update as plans develop.
Resource #6: Listen to six years of free conference talks.
I hosted the Toronto Unschooling Conference for six years and I’m excited to share with you the speakers’ stories, insights, and inspiration.
Still need more help?
At the bottom of every page is a search bar—enter what you’re looking for and see what comes up!
And if you’d like to connect with me, feel free to get in touch through any of the various channels listed on my contact page.