What did Charlotte Mason say about learning to be content? You may be surprised!
We need to teach our children the difference between “I want” and “I will.”
What changes do you need to make as your child reaches the high school years?
How can you start habit training with an older child? How do you help a child who tends to think negatively?
Karen Smith joins Sonya to talk about ways you can do a long-term nature study.
If you want to give your child an education that views him as a whole person, you need to focus on both academics and character, self-education and self-direction.
Sometimes homeschooling just doesn’t seem to work. Sonya is joined by Amber O’Neal Johnston to discuss what to do when you or your children are struggling with a Charlotte Mason method.
What’s the best way to approach habit training with multiple children in the family?
Here’s a simple way you can encourage the habit of attention in every lesson.
You can make adjustments to your homeschool curriculum. You have permission.
How do you cultivate good habits but also a flexible mind-set in an autistic child? How do you focus on only one habit with several children?
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.