We have been using Mystery of History for 4 years and we are currently in the middle of the 4th Volume. I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching history using this series with my children who range in age from 5-17. We have all learned a lot and I am really looking forward to starting over again in the
Last year I shared some troubles we had in Language Arts. The good news is we found a program I like and we stuck with it and have had some wonderful results. The results of our <a class="zem_slink" title="Standardized test" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standardized_test" target="_blank
I am trying to maintain a minimalist homeschool (sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it) so I have pulled anything off my shelf I have not used in the last 2 years, as well as products I have reviewed. So if you are interested in purchasing and have a question don’t hesitate to ask.
Here is a peek at what a large homeschool family uses for reading & literature in a simplified classical homeschool model with a Charlotte Mason twist. During the formative years of our homeschool we really focus on creating strong readers. This is especially important since we have a large
The Dreaded Last Minute Curriculum Change
You probably haven’t heard of Cozy English, I know that I hadn’t, so let me tell you about it. First of all I found it in September after a frantic search for a new English program, after I realized I had made a mistake <sigh>when I had picked Winston Grammar. Don’t get
Classical vs. Charlotte Mason Reading Lists
If you have been homeschooling for a while then you may have noticed that there is a lot of overlap in Classical Education and the Charlotte Mason model of education. Both methods of education love what Charlotte Mason called “Twaddle” free books, both emphasize language learning