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Climbing a Different Mountain

Every parent wants their child to become educated. Every school, whether public or private, secular or Christian, also aims to educate. Homeschoolers, for various reasons, choose to educate in the home and its environs. Christian schools and Christian homeschoolers aim...
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Counterfeit Bills (Part 2)

by Tobin
Friday, 11 May, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
In my last article, I argued that the statement, “They teach bankers to recognize counterfeits by showing them REAL bills,” is not a good argument against exposing our children to non-Christian books, as it is usually intended to imply. I argued that the banker-student...
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Meeting the Challenge

The school year is almost over for many of you. Some of you have children in school and you are thinking about homeschooling them next year. Some of you may be worn out from homeschooling and you are thinking, “If only I could take a year off.” Some of you cannot wait...
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How to Study Latin Vocabulary and Why It Is Important

by Kathy
Monday, 07 May, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
Thoroughly studying your Latin vocabulary is the single most important thing you and your student can do to make sure you receive the greatest benefit from your Latin studies. Since 52.6% of English words—and 90% of words that contain two or more syllables—come from...
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Classical Acts and Facts History Cards: A Firm Foundation

by Courtney
Monday, 30 April, 2012
categories: Classical Christian Education
I just opened my new Classical Conversations history cards and I just love them! They are beautiful! I am reading Abolition of Man and Climbing Parnassus, and both are convicting me to immerse my children in truth, beauty, and goodness. The history cards are one of...
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