Have you ever encouraged your child to fail? If you haven’t before, you might consider doing so. It’s taken me a long time to get to the point where I actively encourage my children to fail. At first, I suspect, … Read More
The Charlotte Mason Method Narration, Copywork, and Studied Dictation Charlotte Mason was a British educator from the 1800s. She dedicated her life to children and their education. Ms. Mason was ahead of her time. She was a true advocate for … Read More
How to be a better teacher is a thought that constantly plagues the back of my mind. See, for the past few years I’ve been teaching co-op classes. I’ve taught in various classes from preschool to grade 12. During that … Read More
Remember it’s all in the attitude! Today is going to be great!
Homeschooling Moms Work Hard! ▪ cooking ▪ cleaning ▪ laundry ▪ raising kids ▪ and, of course, teaching. Although some days are harder than others, every school day is a challenge. To effectively meet that challenge, you need good materials … Read More
Hi It’s time for us to really start our school year again. So I’m writing lesson plans for the 2 high school writing classes I teach at co-op. I’m organizing my own children’s school readers, and picking curricula for them. … Read More
I know, by now, many people have heard of our Write from History books. I also know, because my books are so new to so many homeschoolers, many people haven’t. If you’re one of those people, I wanted to write … Read More