Sonya shares her favorite living books about North America.
Sonya chats with Karen Smith about how we can expand our nature study by using all our senses.
There's a big difference between exercising the mind and feeding the mind.
Sonya chats with author Ginger Hubbard and podcast host Katy Morgan about parenting and how we can help our children (and ourselves) grow.
Sonya shares some great living books about the continent of Asia.
Let's talk about what it means when we say that education is a life.
How do you deal with a nature fear? Karen Smith and Laura Pitney join Sonya to discuss this question.
Sonya shares some of her favorite living books to help your children learn about the people who live on the continent of Africa.
Sonya chats with Laura Pitney about how teaching in a co-op setting differs from teaching in your home school, and how you can make the most of your co-op teaching time.
Don't have a Charlotte Mason co-op near you? Here are some ideas for starting one.
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.