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Liberal Arts, Great Books, and Classical Christian Education Wes Callihan

The Liberal Arts, Great Books, and Classical Christian Education (a video interview with Wes Callihan)

Back in the early days of online homeschool learning, I had the privilege of taking several liberal arts courses from Wes Callihan. Did your high school teachers recite the opening lines of the Iliad to you? From memory? In Greek? I bet not. No wonder his students love and respect Mr. C! When I began […]

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Repentance and Discipleship in Education Dr. George Grant video Interview

Repentance and Discipleship in Christian Classical Education (a video interview with Dr. George Grant)

What if you viewed Christian classical education through the lens of repentance and discipleship? What if you sought to infuse all of life and, indeed, all of education with a Biblical perspective? Those were just a few of the topics at the heart of my recent conversation with Dr. George Grant. Watch the video, read

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KAthy Weitz Cottage Press Interview

Life-Long Learning: Charlotte Mason, Classical Education, and Read-Aloud Culture (a video interview with Kathy Weitz from Cottage Press)

You won’t want to miss this interview with Kathy Weitz of Cottage Press! We discussed her own life-long learning story, Charlotte Mason and Classical education, and the joys of a read-aloud family culture. Watch the video, read the show notes, and share with your friends! Prefer to listen to your content? Subscribe to Homeschool Conversations wherever you

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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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Words, Words, Words: Why (and How) to Teach Writing

Teaching writing is an essential skill for homeschoolers, helping students develop clear communication and clear thinking, as well as creative expression. In today’s guest post by Olivia Marstall (homeschool graduate, writer, and writing teacher), she shares her journey from a passionate writer to a thoughtful educator, exploring the purpose and art of teaching writing and

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Rainy Day Homeschool Hacks for Stealthy Learning

Rainy Day Homeschool Hacks for Stealthy Learning

Cultivating a lifestyle of learning is important to our family. We know kids learn best when they are having fun. That’s when children are more likely to retain concepts and grasp challenging subjects. Fortunately, there are so many excellent ways we can make learning fun, whether it’s following an interest-led approach, strewing great resources, playing

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Charlotte Mason Inspired: Little Learners, Learning Challenges, and the Cultivation of Habits

Leah Martin offers valuable insights into applying Charlotte Mason principles to the early years of homeschooling and adapting them to best work for children with special needs. We also discuss home education in the little years, the cultivation of habit, and the sanctifying work of motherhood. Discovering Charlotte Mason education Leah’s introduction to Charlotte Mason

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