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5 Best Classical Homeschool Curriculum: Classical Education Programs

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5 Best Classical Homeschool Curriculum: Classical Education Programs

If you’re looking for a conservative homeschooling curriculum, you’ll probably love a classical curriculum. Classical curriculum is popular among Christian homeschooling families, many of which choose them for their rigorous training in literature, theology, Latin and critical thinking. But, if you’re new to this area, what curriculum should you choose? What are the best curriculum packages around? That’s the question we’ll be looking at in this article! In particular, we’ll look at: What is a classical homeschooling curriculum Reasons you might choose this method Four classical curricula for homeschools: Classical Conversations – more of a homeschooling co-op focus Veritas Press...


10 Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Curriculum Packages

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10 Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Curriculum Packages

As a mom who loves the Charlotte Mason (CM) method but isn’t sure of where to start, I decided to put together this resource of all the Charlotte Mason homeschooling curriculum packages that I’m interested in investigating further. I’ve also written a few sentences about each curriculum package which reminds me why each program stood out. Below we’ll go through these 10 curricula that claim to subscribe to the CM method, namely: Simply Charlotte Mason A Gentle Feast Living Books Curriculum Ambleside Online Charlotte Mason in a Box Charlotte Mason College My Homeschool CM Institute – Alveary Higher Up and...


Homeschooling Without a Classroom

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Homeschooling Without a Classroom

There are so many decisions when you start homeschooling. What style of curriculum will you use? Then comes where to get resources and what do you need. Don’t forget about scheduling and organization. However, one decision that might have you really scratching your head is where to set up your homeschool. Pinterest is full of glossy school room photos, but what if you don’t have an extra room for a classroom? You are not alone! Here are some tips for homeschooling without a classroom. Homeschooling in the Dining Room Dining room homeschooling is actually more popular than you think. It...


Weekend Entertainment: 4 September 2020

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Weekend Entertainment: 4 September 2020

Week two of school is in the books and we’re still moving along steadily! I think being able to give some of the readings to B to do on his own has really helped in terms of being able to fit everything in every day but still be done by 1. They made their first recipe this week from The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children (egg-yolk smoothies) and it was a huge success. I stepped aside while they gathered all of the ingredients and equipment, made the measurements, and put everything in the blender (I did separate the eggs for...


Our Learning-On-the-Road Segment & Why we Decided to Homeschool Instead of Remote Learn

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Our Learning-On-the-Road Segment & Why we Decided to Homeschool Instead of Remote Learn

Here’s our segment today that we filmed a few weeks back about our schooling from the road RV plans. Since taping, we did decide to homeschool the girls versus remote learn. Homeschool means we aren’t affiliated with the school unfortunately, for this year only (we hope). Harper is going into 3rd, Everly 1st, and Lola would be at a different preschool for Pre-K. We love Harper and Everly’s school. I like being there, meeting the girls for lunch, working in their classes, and just feeling like it’s a safe and happy place for us. Our decision wasn’t because of something...