What three words would you use to describe the Charlotte Mason approach? Here's how Charlotte described it.
There's a difference between knowledge and information.
Sonya is joined by Karen Smith for an overview of how to teach science the Charlotte Mason way all through the grades.
Here are four steps to help you come up with effective consequences.
Here are some ideas for how you can incorporate Charlotte Mason’s philosophy and methods into your home even if you are not homeschooling.
Sonya discusses three hallmarks of a good curriculum.
Sonya talks with Karen Smith about how she organizes her large home library.
Sonya begins a new series answering questions about habit training.
Sonya chats with Amber O'Neal Johnston about why it's important to pre-read and strategies for staying ahead.
Sonya and Laura discuss how they organize their home libraries.
There’s a big difference between recognizing someone and having a relationship with the person.
Sonya is joined by Ginger Hubbard and Katy Morgan to talk about six mistakes parents can make when they're trying to cultivate a habit of obedience.
Homeschooling the Charlotte Mason way is a skill that can be learned.
Sonya is joined by Karen Smith to talk about overcoming some common nature study obstacles.
Ideas are like seeds that grow and bear fruit in your child’s life.
Amber O'Neal Johnston joins Sonya to discuss what you should think about before you change curriculum.
Here's how to take a trip to Europe through some great living books.
Here is an idea that our children need to hear often, perhaps especially around the holidays.
Who’s doing the most work in your home school: the teacher or the student?
Are we killing the love of learning in our children by requiring them to put forth their best effort?