You don’t have to be perfect to work on good habits with your children, you just need to be intentional.
Karen Smith shares some of her favorite living science books for grades 4–6.
Sonya chats with Laura about why so many homeschoolers love Charlotte Mason co-ops.
Your child will learn a lot from having natural, first-hand experiences with the people and things in your home.
Sonya chats with Amber O’Neal Johnston about how homeschool communities can enhance and support what you’re doing at home.
Karen Smith shares some of her favorite living science books for grades 1–3 that will give your child a gentle introduction to the wonders of God’s Creation.
Sonya chats with Laura about how to stay organized at the end of the school year.
Think of education like a three-legged stool. You need all three legs to stay balanced.
Sonya chats with Karen Smith about some things to look for when you do nature study in the summer.
Here are some of my favorite books for learning about the cultures of South and Central America.
Trying to homeschool while moving into a new house? Laura has some great encouragement for you.
We often talk about “respect the child as a person.” Here’s what it looks like.
Sonya and Amber O’Neal Johnston discuss how to balance homeschooling and working from home.
Sonya shares her favorite living books about the Middle East.
Sonya and Laura take a look at three key areas that need to be organized to keep your home school functioning smoothly.
Charlotte Mason had a very balanced view of authority and obedience. Let’s talk about it. We have begun a tour, looking at the core values that Charlotte Mason educators hold dear. These are the guiding principles upon which Charlotte built her whole educational approach; and if we can get a firm grasp on these values, […]
Let me tell you, most Charlotte Mason homeschoolers are learning as we go. Sometimes we look at other Charlotte Mason homeschoolers around us and we think, “Wow, look at everything they know.” We think they’ve always known about the artists and the composers and the nature and the handicrafts, but that’s not the case. Let […]
Today we want to talk about fun in Charlotte Mason. Laura Pitney is here to join me in this discussion. Sonya: Laura, the question we received was from a mom who was changing curriculum. She was switching from a different method to a Charlotte Mason curriculum, but she said she was going to miss all […]
The main message for today is “Don’t lose hope.” We have embarked on a tour of the ideas and values that form the core of a Charlotte Mason education. When we have these core values clearly embedded in our hearts and minds, we can approach each day of homeschooling with clarity and with confidence. We […]
Last time we started a discussion about STEM education and how it aligns with a Charlotte Mason education. If you haven’t yet read that post, I encourage you to do that. Today we want to continue that discussion by looking at how a Charlotte Mason education can help prepare a student to pursue a STEM […]