May 28, 2017

New Zealand Herald – Canvas Weekend Magazine

There was an article on unschooing in last weekend’s Herald in the Canvas Magazine. Here are some of the photos-the article was not online:

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Barbara Smith gets help from her “unschooling” children, Kaitlyn, 7, and Jedediah, 10, and Charmagne, 20, while preparing buns for lunch at their Palmerston North home, March 31, 2008. New Zealand Herald Photograph by Mark Mitchell

Photographer: Mark Mitchell

Location: Palmerston North

Publication: New Zealand Herald

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Barbara and Craig Smith with their “unschooled” children (clockwise from top) Grace, 2, Charmagne, 20, Kaitlyn, 7, Jedediah, 10, and Jeremiah, 15, at their Palmerston North home. 31 March 2008 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Mark Mitchell

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Photographer: Mark Mitchell

Location: Palmerston North

Publication: New Zealand Herald

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Craig and Barbara Smith spending time with their “unschooled” children, Grace, 2, Kaitlyn, 7, and Jedediah, 10, in a library housed in a small shed on their Palmerston North property. 31 March 2008 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Mark Mitchell

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Photographer: Mark Mitchell

Location: Palmerston North

Publication: New Zealand Herald

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Dalene Mactier reads to her daughter Lauren, 7, while her son Matthew, 10, reads to himself at their home in Southbridge, near Christchurch. The Mactiers believe in “unschooling” their children. 2 April 2008 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Simon Baker

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Photographer: Simon Baker

Location: Christchurch

Publication: New Zealand Herald

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Dalene Mactier playing Monopoly with her children Matthew, 10, and Lauren, 7, at their home in Southbridge, near Christchurch. The Mactiers believe in “unschooling” their children. 2 April 2008 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Simon Baker

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Photographer: Simon Baker

Location: Christchurch

Publication: New Zealand Herald

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  1. Pam Laird says:

    Dionne Christian’s experience re ‘baby blues,’ and the huge over-all effect on all concerned in the family is well said.
    About 15 years ago a kind friend passed on information re treatment by a professional who specialised in treating persistent baby crying. His treatment was simple and the effect magical.
    Mu understanding is that often during a caesarian birth and frequently with natural birth the baby’s neck can be wrenched in such a way it gives continual pain/discomfort. Three babies I know of personally responded immediately to his care.
    I would be happy to pass on further information re this treatment (subject to the permission of the physiotherapist concerned.)

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