Nurturing a child's love for learning begins with trust. In the process of home educating, parents trust their children to know when they are ready to learn and what they are interested in learning. Let's discover these 3 families who've embraced wild schooling!

And trust them to know how to go about learning. This approach to learning is common during the child's first two years, when he is mastering the ability to stand, walk, talk, and to perform many other important and difficult things, with little help from anyone. No one worries that a baby will be too lazy, uncooperative, or unmotivated to learn these things; it is simply assumed that every baby is born wanting to learn the things he needs to know in order to understand and to participate in the world around him. These one- and two-year-old experts teach us several principles of learning: Children are naturally curious and have a built-in desire to learn first-hand about the world around them.