Krystal Trammell is creating videos and blogs on unschooling + relationships.
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Welcome to my life's work: Unschooling. 

I became a parent almost two decades ago, and I always knew that IF I ever had kids, that I would figure out a way to keep them out of public school. 

I always knew that mainstream education was more about blind obedience and hoop-jumping than real learning. 

Five kids later, despite all sorts of struggles, we are still unschooling. I write about it in various places, and I run a free support group on Facebook as well. 

Many people think unschooling is "child-led", but really--it's more of a collaborative effort. Having a big family tends to throw the frustrating, problematic parts of giving kids freedom into sharp relief.

When you've got 7 people trying to share space with each other...


It's obvious that "every man for himself" is a shitty philosophy to live by. 


So for us, unschooling is about relationships--about mutual cooperation, personal growth, and respect. 
Rewards
Buy me a coffee.
$3 or more per month 0 patrons
  • You'll get access to my video content as well as my written posts. 
  • You'll get more insight into how unschooling works for us, and how it may work for your family. 
  • Thanks for the coffee! It's nice to share drinks with friends. 
Let's have lunch.
$22 or more per month 1 of 8 patrons
Let's set up a one-on-one convo via videochat each month.
You can get your Qs answered, brag and/or vent about parenting, and get helpful feedback that's tailored to your unique situation. 
Goals
$20 of $111 per month
I am collecting my written works on unschooling and will publish them in a book. 
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Welcome to my life's work: Unschooling. 

I became a parent almost two decades ago, and I always knew that IF I ever had kids, that I would figure out a way to keep them out of public school. 

I always knew that mainstream education was more about blind obedience and hoop-jumping than real learning. 

Five kids later, despite all sorts of struggles, we are still unschooling. I write about it in various places, and I run a free support group on Facebook as well. 

Many people think unschooling is "child-led", but really--it's more of a collaborative effort. Having a big family tends to throw the frustrating, problematic parts of giving kids freedom into sharp relief.

When you've got 7 people trying to share space with each other...


It's obvious that "every man for himself" is a shitty philosophy to live by. 


So for us, unschooling is about relationships--about mutual cooperation, personal growth, and respect. 

Recent posts by Krystal Trammell

Rewards
Buy me a coffee.
$3 or more per month 0 patrons
  • You'll get access to my video content as well as my written posts. 
  • You'll get more insight into how unschooling works for us, and how it may work for your family. 
  • Thanks for the coffee! It's nice to share drinks with friends. 
Let's have lunch.
$22 or more per month 1 of 8 patrons
Let's set up a one-on-one convo via videochat each month.
You can get your Qs answered, brag and/or vent about parenting, and get helpful feedback that's tailored to your unique situation.