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Articles tagged Foundations

Teaching Math Conversationally

For many homeschooling families, math is the most intimidating—perhaps even frightening—subject. Many feel ill-equipped to teach high school math courses. Some may even feel nervous about teaching math during the grammar years. In Classical Conversations, we emphasize...
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How to Teach a Roman to Read

by Kathy
Monday, 24 September, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
I love studying the ancients and comparing their world to ours. The Romans, specifically, were very similar to us. In Classical Conversations, we study with a classical, Christian method. Once in a while, I will google Classical Conversations reviews to see what people...
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The Joy of Foundations

by Courtney and
Monday, 06 August, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
One of the benefits of using the classical model of education is that it is the most efficient way to educate. That is because we are following the nature of a child: the model that follows God’s design. Read through Proverbs and you will see these three words over and...
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In Fine et in Principio*

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I am finished, or perhaps I should say this in the classical rhetoric, “I have just begun.” As one student said to their mom yesterday, “Robert has graduated from middle school, high school, and college, and is now in the fourth grade again!” I told everyone I was in...
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Classical Conversations Foundations Guide Spotlight

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by Robert
Thursday, 09 February, 2012
categories: Articles, College and Post Graduation, Grammar Stage (ages 4 to 11)
Is it February already? What happened to January—did we skip it? I can’t believe I am almost four weeks into the semester. I have started working on my Faces in History paper for Essentials. I am going to be…wait a minute, I can’t tell you that…! In other big news, we...
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