We often talk about "respect the child as a person." Here's what it looks like.
Think of education like a three-legged stool. You need all three legs to stay balanced.
Your child will learn a lot from having natural, first-hand experiences with the people and things in your home.
You don't have to be perfect to work on good habits with your children, you just need to be intentional.
Let's talk about what it means when we say that education is a life.
There's a big difference between exercising the mind and feeding the mind.
Who’s doing the most work in your home school: the teacher or the student?
There’s a big difference between recognizing someone and having a relationship with the person.
Ideas are like seeds that grow and bear fruit in your child’s life.
There's a difference between knowledge and information.
Sonya discusses three hallmarks of a good curriculum.