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Back to School (Part 3)

I am now preparing for the sixth week of Foundations and Essentials—halfway home for the semester and a quarter of the way done! I think the hardest part for me so far has been keeping up with consistently practicing the memory work. The weeks when I work consistently...
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Putting the Puzzle Together: Integrating the Subjects

Do we live in a “uni-verse” or a “multi-verse?” If we agree we live in a universe governed by God’s providence, and not in a random cosmos made up of disconnected parts, how do we reinforce this idea with our children as we homeschool them and study with them?   When...
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Book Review: Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child

by Matt
Monday, 03 October, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
Children are dangerous. Children with imaginations are even more so. We cannot have children growing up to be anything more than resources for our industrial, consumer-driven culture. With a cultivated imagination children  will become free; with freedom, they may grow...
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Challenge A: A is for "As unto the Lord"

by Courtney
Friday, 30 September, 2011
categories: Classical Christian Education
Taking the leap from Foundations and Essentials into Challenge A can be intimidating for parents and students. We want more than just to survive Challenge; we want to excel, and we would like to excel without too much stress. Challenge A requires the student to do more...
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Two Things NOT to Worry About When Learning Latin

I hope that everyone has had a wonderful start of the school year. We are getting back in the swing of things in our family slowly but surely. I am excited for what the year will bring! When I talk to mothers around the country (I sometimes teach parents online), there...
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