Laura Pitney joins Sonya to talk about how we can nourish our children's hearts during the holidays.
Richele joins Sonya to share how older students can expand on picture study to go deeper into art appreciation.
It's something we homeschoolers think about especially around the holidays: How are we going to explain Charlotte Mason to our relatives?
Karen Smith joins Sonya to talk about her favorite tools for nature study.
Here are some tips for using the wonderful Charlotte Mason method of narration when you have multiple children.
The transition from oral to written narration can be tricky to navigate. Here are some tips for how to start written narration, when to do it, and how to smooth the way.
Narration is more than just telling back what you heard! Here are four types of narration and how this brilliant method grows with your child.
One of the keys to success with Charlotte Mason narration is how much you're reading beforehand.
Here's how to set your child up for success when you ask for a narration after a homeschool lesson.
Why should we do narration instead of traditional assessment methods like fill-in-the-blank or multiple choice? Here are three reasons why narration is a better way.
Richele Baburina guides you through teaching multiplication tables in a Charlotte Mason math lesson.
With Charlotte Mason methods, even high school students can be finished each day in just four hours! But is that enough time to earn required high school credit?
Ever wonder why Charlotte Mason lessons are short? Here's a look at six ways short lessons benefit your student.
We often get asked, "Why should we study insects and bugs? Karen Smith joins Sonya to explain what you're missing when you skip over this fascinating part of God's creation.
Here's what you can do to set yourself up for a great homeschool year.