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Homeschooling For Your Baby

Posted in Parenting on November 28, 2018

Babies are amazing. They are far smarter than we give them credit for and take in much more information than we think. If we give them the right tools, we can set them up to be more equipped learners later in life. However, for most parents, this really shouldn't be a pressuring task. When we Read More »

School in the Kitchen!

Posted in Home Economics, Life Skills on November 28, 2018

I. Love. Food. To me, it is an expression of love, a masterpiece, an expression of culture. And now, it is a vehicle for learning! Basic Life Skills Of course, our goal as homeschool parents is to prepare our children’s minds for the world they will one day face independently. So how do you teach Read More »

5 Ways to Inspire Compassion for Other Cultures

Posted in Culture, Foreign Language, Humanities, Lifestyle, Parenting on November 28, 2018

For littles, simply looking at a map gives very little insight into how amazing and vast our world is. When we think about why it’s important for kids to grow up with multicultural immersion, one of the first things that pops to mind is compassion. We want them to learn that diversity is beautiful, and Read More »

8 Read-Aloud Tips for Your Fidgeting Child

Posted in Charlotte Mason, Homeschooling on November 14, 2018

Reading Aloud in the Car

Do your kids have a hard time sitting still during the read-aloud time? You are in good company. Most of our kids have trouble sitting for five minutes, so sitting still for 20 minutes or longer seems like an impossibility. Let me tell you a secret - it's not impossible, and working on your child's Read More »

How We Use Tea Time in Our Homeschool

Posted in Charlotte Mason, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Homeschooling on November 13, 2018
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The name tea time might either create lovely pictures in your mind or shrouds of fear and dread. When I initially learned about the concept of tea time, I had no intentions to incorporate the practice into our homeschool. However, as I began along my Charlotte Mason walk, the concept of morning time was brought Read More »

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