NCP Shop Learning Cards
 
Unschooling Cards are now Learning Cards
 
We've updated our Unschooling Cards and have given them a new name: Learning Cards. About one fifth of the cards feature new statements.

The Learning Cards offer inspiration, creative ideas, and encouragement for joyful learning.

There are 100 cards, each printed with a unique statement about natural, joyful learning. Each card is 3.5" x 1".

Each set also has two blank cards you can fill in yourself. We would love to see your new state-
ments for possible use in future editions of the cards! Send them to jan (at) naturalchild.org.
 

 
The Learning Cards were created by Jan Hunt and her always-unschooled son Jason. Jan is the director of The Natural Child Project and author of The Natural Child and A Gift for Baby, and the co-editor, with Jason, of The Unschooling Unmanual. Jan offers phone counseling on parenting and unschooling.

Guatemalan Pouches

Learning Cards come with a colorful, hand-woven, zippered pouch from MayaWorks, a fair-trade company giving women in Guatemala a chance to earn a fair wage and bring hope to their family and village.

Please list any color preferences in the "special requests" box in the cart and we will do our best to match them. Available main colors are red, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
 

 

Order Learning Cards
 Each set includes all 100 cards, a hand-woven Guatemalan pouch, and an information sheet.
$18
Also available
in a gift set.
Using the Learning Cards
  • Draw a card for inspiration or encouragement.
  • Draw a card to start the day.
  • Share a card with your child.
  • Put a card on your fridge or bulletin board.
  • At gatherings, let each person draw a card and relate it to their own experience.
  • Give the cards as gifts to anyone interested in natural learning.
See Also
 
Parenting Cards
Parenting Cards

 

The Unschooling Unmanual

 
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