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Charlotte Mason Living Book Plan & Freebies

The Heart of Wisdom teaching approach is a four-year program consisting of several multi-level unit studies where each member of the family studies the same subject at the same time on their own individual level. This four-year rotation course gives each child three distinct exposures to each topic on their own level Read More »

Should Homeschoolers Teach Logic?

Logic and rhetoric are extremely popular and enthusiastically sought after by those in the homeschool community. But how important are logic and rhetoric? How much weight should they have in our homeschool day? Logic is a skill or a tool like a hammer. A hammer can be used to build something useful or as a murder weapon. The words logic, ... Read More »

Great Classics: Exposing the Emperor Even More

I covered this topic in my book and on various places on the Internet but I received this question via email this morning: You give some great advice on how to find the living books but I noticed on your list that most of those books are not the classics. Is there another list where you include the Great Classics? ... Read More »

To Be Educated

# If I can learn my ABCs, can read 600 words per minute, and can write with perfect penmanship, but have not been shown how to communicate with the Designer of all language, # I have not been educated. # If I can deliver an eloquent speech and persuade you with my stunning logic, but have not been instructed in God’s wisdom, Read More »

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