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CCing through a C-Section

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I apologize for being absent for the past couple of months. We gave birth to our third child on November 17. He is a blessing and a beautiful boy. I love Classical Conversations because of the superb academics, but even more because of the friendships I have made. God...
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Confessions of a Former Public School Teacher

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by Kathy
Wednesday, 27 August, 2014
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read As we embark on this new Classical Conversations year, I thought I might pause from my usual Latin discussion to focus on what I love about homeschooling...
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Fire Safety for Parents and Educators

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by Jen
Friday, 10 January, 2014
categories: Classical Christian Education
“Don’t touch that! It’s hot.” This Christmas, I spent the holidays with my sister and brother-in-law and my young nephew. My nephew is just learning to stand upright and lunge from surface to surface like a trapeze artist. While I was there, he attempted to place his...
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Homeschooling and the College Question (Part 2)

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by Jen
Tuesday, 03 December, 2013
categories: College and Post Graduation
"Describe the last excellent conversation you had. What triggered it?" "What is the most important lesson you will take from high school to your next endeavor?" "Who do you want to be your mentor for the next two to seven years?" "Where can you find people whose...
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From Driver to Passenger: A Homeschool Parent's Journey

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by Lisa
Tuesday, 21 May, 2013
categories: Homeschooling Life
Years ago, back when we were both new to homeschooling, one of my friends was loudly lamenting the early elementary years. She was not a fan of “projects,” copy work, or repetitive reading; she was eager to engage her children in discussing “big ideas,” to teach them...
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