Welcome to Classical Conversations! Don't worry about your family presentation - here's a giant list of ideas for you to share with your CC Group.
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Before you make a big jump into the homeschool world, here are twelve questions to ask yourself. Let's make sure you know what you're getting yourself into!
Travel is an excellent opportunity to teach kids budgeting and money. Here are six ways to let the kids learn about finance through travel.
Games reinforce math learning naturally --- so much better than worksheets. Remember math includes logic, planning, patterns, shapes and matching… not just numbers. These are mom-tested and kid-approved games every family needs to know about.
Classical Conversations parents have doubts and think their kid is not ready for Essentials in fourth grade. You are! Let me show you why.
Homeschooling families don't need big elaborate plans and curriculum. They do need actively learning parents who model learning for them. Invite them into your adult reading and learning. Show them education doesn't stop when school stops. Be the lifelong learner you want them to be one day.
If you're considering beginning Classical Conversations, looking around for answers, or just looking for encouragement to continue, you're in the right place. Use these top ten reasons to use CC to guide you during this journey and learn a few insights into what I wish I had known. After eight years homeschooling with this homeschool group, I have the insight you might want. Welcome!
Make family learning more interactive and fun with TV schooling. With these five shows as example, see how your family can travel and experience history in new way while cuddled up on the couch. Learning is a lifestyle!
“What did you read about today at work, Dad?” This has become a frequent question asked over supper as we gather around the table with Daddy. Or during a card game after work. Or randomly throughout the day. At this time, Daddy shares with the kids and myself what he read that day in his … Continue reading Inviting the Kids into Our Adult Learning Lives