What should you do if your child wants to read twaddle? Sonya and Laura share some ideas for steering your child toward the good stuff.
The story of Charlotte Mason, how she revolutionized education, and how her legacy impacts homeschooling today.
Join Sonya and Karen for a conversation about how you can prepare children for adult life through chores, and what chores are appropriate for which ages.
Charlotte Mason believed in the potential of every human person. And she summed up that belief in eight words.
Sonya shares five books recommendations—one is FREE—that will help you grow in your role as a Charlotte Mason homeschool parent.
Sonya shares a meditation on Isaiah 9:6 to encourage you all year to trust in our good Father.
You can learn to add illustrations to your nature journal! Richele Baburina joins Sonya with some practical tips that will inspire you to get started.
Can you keep a nature journal if you are not artistic? Sonya and Karen are self-proclaimed not artistic people, and they have some ideas for you.
Richele Baburina joins Sonya for an overview of Charlotte Mason math lessons.
Sonya answers questions about how to know when you're pressuring a child too much, and how to know when it's time to move on to a new habit.
Here are five things to think about when preparing a Charlotte Mason lesson.
What is your role as the teacher in a Charlotte Mason homeschool? Here are four things you're responsible to do for your child.
Sonya is joined by Laura Pitney for an encouraging conversation about having patience as our children grow step by step.
What can you do to establish good habits in the toddler and preschool years?
How did Charlotte herself define twaddle, and what was she warning us about?