Creative Homeschooling

One of the main goals I set early on in our homeschool was to give my children a love of learning.  Creative homeschooling is the mode I’ve used to successfully do that.  Don’t think that you can never put your child in front of a textbook or computer screen to homeschool creatively!  Instead, think of it as offering your children curriculum and styles to meet their needs.  Sometimes that will be a textbook or computer class.  Other times, it may be a unit study, living literature, field trips, games, project-based learning, co-op classes, or interest-based studies.  These articles show you how.  Be inspired!

8 Things I Learned About Teaching Story of the World

8 Things I Learned About Teaching Story of the World

Today’s post has been written by guest blogger, Adriana Zoder. She’s sharing her experiences with a popular Classical education curriculum that happens to work really well in a Charlotte Mason homeschool, too. In fact, it’s one of my favorite curriculum choices of all time for history. With chapters written as living literature, the chronological overview of history…

Independent Math Explorations

Independent Math Explorations

Incorporating math practice into your regular schedule doesn’t have to be hard with these independent math explorations. We all know that practice makes perfect, and that’s especially true when it comes to mathematics. These games will give your children concrete tools they need to understand math concepts. And, they’re great to use for exploration and…

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