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Finding Comfort for Homeschooling through High School with The Conversation

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Homeschooling felt exactly right when I first considered it more than five years ago. At the time, my then nine-year-old son shuffled like a little old man, was not sleeping well, and was exhausted daily. Watching him bloom through homeschooling was like witnessing...
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How Do I Get Ready for Next Year?

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Spring is in full bloom; April is quickly becoming history and May is soon to be upon us. Many Foundations programs are complete and for Challenge students the end is near. But… As we breathe a well-earned sigh of relief, we must face the facts—the glorious facts—that...
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10 Lessons I Have Learned in 10 Years of Classical Conversations

Rest and play! Too many times we are eager to rush our very small children into “school.” Treasure those younger years which fly by. Read lots of good books together, sing silly songs, and take lots of walks and naps. All too soon, your days will be filled with more...
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Is There Any Scope for the Imagination in S-p-e-l-l-i-n-g?

Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: June 28, 2012 Once Classical Conversations seminars wrap up, I have a chance to tackle whatever I think is a weakness in our academics...
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Why I Pursued the Title of Memory Master

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I am sitting here early in the morning before my kids wake up, getting some reading in. Suddenly, it popped into my head to share why I went for the title of Memory Master last year. First of all, my intention is not to convince all of you to do what I did. I just want...
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