When you are educating classically texts are springboards of discovery. The books that your children read on the subject outside of the text may have an even greater effect on their thoughts on the subject. Last year we used Answers in Genesis’ God’s Design in for Chemistry which we really
This is what I would call a preliminary review as we have just completed the first quarter (9 th week) of this curriculum.
Disclaimer: We use this curriculum in a co-op and our co-op teacher has slightly modified it for our use.
Additionally, our co-op science teacher modified our syllabus so
The Study of Physics is one of those courses that even as adults we have a hard time explaining, much less tackling. But in a Classical Curriculum it is important to introduce the children to all of the disciplines so when they are older they have a already created a “hook” to put information
Full name: Sir Isaac Newton
- A few of the things that Newton accomplished in his lifetime…
- Laws of Gravitation
- Principals of Nature
- One final thing I find to be amazing is that we are still living in the era of Newtonian science that is how brilliant this man was.
Why is a Homeschool Mama reading about Newton?
My interest in Issac Newton was sparked by a reading child’s biography, which was followed by listening to Isaacc Newton by Gleick and finally I watched the A&E biography on Newton. After all of this I stand amazed in the shadow of this giant. I really had no idea that he
Homeschooling is an exciting journey of discovery for the student(s) and Mama and as we have gone along I have been able to add more tools to my arsenal. One of the tools my children have really enjoyed and that fits my budget, is YouTube. I use YouTube to add depth
A guest post by Sara Dennis of Classically Homeschooling
How in the world do you join the great scientific conversation without losing your mind? The high school years are busy. Teenagers have increasing amounts of schoolwork to do. In addition they have outside classes, recitals, rehearsals, games