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Cottage Press Poetry Readers Review: gentle, delightful poetry study in the Charlotte Mason and classical tradition

Are you looking for a simple, open-and-go approach to poetry study in your homeschool? The Poetry Readers from Cottage Press may provide just what you are looking for! Whether you consider yourself a Charlotte Mason homeschooler, a classical educator, or simply a lover of words and beauty, the gentle poetry study you will enjoy using …

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Conversations, Relationships, and a Charlotte-Mason Education During High School (with Jami Marstall)

Jami Marstall is a Charlotte Mason homeschooling mom of 4, including 2 homeschool graduates! When I was exploring options for podcast guests, I reached out to previous guests Karen Glass and Cindy Rollins for their recommendations. When both of them mentioned Jami as someone I should talk to, I knew she would be a scintillating …

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Latin for Children: our favorite homeschool Latin curriculum from Classical Academic Press

Learn why Latin for Children from Classical Academic Press is my pick for the best homeschool Latin curriculum! I took Latin for several years as a homeschool student and continued my studies with 2 semesters of Latin in college. My favorite of those classes was the semester we did nothing but Latin readings! We’d come …

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4 Ways to Make History Fun When Homeschooling Your Kid

Encouraging others to teach homeschool history in a way that is fun, delightful, comprehensive, and filled with curiosity is a key component of the home education encouragement here at Humility and Doxology. So I’m delighted to share this guest post by Rose Jayla with 4 tips for making history fun while you’re homeschooling! Homeschooling children …

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Reading with Friends: Hosting a Book Club In Real Life (with Karoline Strickland)

What a joy to talk to one of my oldest friends, fellow second-generation homeschooler, and local book club leader in today’s Homeschool Conversations episode! If you’ve been following me on Instagram this year, you know I’ve been sharing what I’ve been reading lately. Many of those titles come from my monthly in-person book club! If …

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Plutarch for the Homeschool Family (with Dawn Duran)

Plutarch, anyone? If you’ve ever wondered why to study Plutarch, how to read Plutarch’s Lives (without getting confused or overwhelmed), and the value Plutarch has for a Charlotte Mason homeschool in particular, then you won’t want to miss this delightful conversation with Dawn Duran! Who is Dawn Duran? Dawn lives in Maryland with her husband, …

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Reading, Writing, and Making Connections: Homeschooling High School English (with Betsy Farquhar)

The only thing better than being excited about books on your own is getting to chat with someone who is as excited about reading as you are. So it’s no wonder I loved this conversation with Betsy Farquhar! Betsy demystifies the process of reading and discussing literature with your homeschool high school students, and shares …

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