In a Charlotte Mason math lesson, the parent is like a guide who helps the child along. Richele joins Sonya to explain how you can guide your child to a firm understanding of math.
If you're already doing family devotions, why should you also add Bible lessons to your schedule? Sonya shares some great reasons to give your children both.
Four ways to know you've had a good homeschool year as you evaluate the end of a school year and look forward to the next.
Enrichment subjects are a wonderful way to add beauty to your homeschool day. Here are eight reasons you shouldn't skip them.
Are you doing enough nature study? You might already be doing more than you think.
Can't get outside because of the weather? Not much nature around you? Here are 20 ways you can bring the nature indoors.
Nature is beautiful, but sometimes it can be dangerous. How can you protect yourself? Karen Smith provides reassurance and some strategies for staying safe.
Do you have a child who loves to run and shout? How can you teach that child to respect others and not scare away the nature when you're outside?
Does a blank nature journal intimidate you? Do you wonder when you should have your child record his findings? Karen and Sonya answer your questions nature journals.
Find out what the difference is between science lessons and nature study, and how to balance the two in a Charlotte Mason homeschool.
The preschool and Kindergarten years are a perfect time to cultivate a child's natural love for God's creation outdoors!
Here's how you can get started with Charlotte Mason nature study without overwhelming yourself or your children.
What's the best way to encourage your child's interest in nature study? Sonya and Karen share some ideas to help you.
Learn how a Charlotte Mason approach to math breathes life into lessons and keeps things interesting.
Here's what we can learn from Charlotte Mason's class schedules to help us create our own homeschool plans.