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Posts explaining what classical education is all about and other general helps for classical homeschoolers.

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Classical education isn't just about intellect and knowledge. We also need to pay attention to the atmosphere surrounding the children to reach their hearts. Classical Education, Kindergarten Classroom, Education Quotes, Homeschooling, Best Quotes, Improve Yourself, Students, Posts, Teaching
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How to Use Embodied Learning to Improve Your Homeschool

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All right repetitio mater memoriae sounds wonderful, but what exactly does it mean and why is it a principle of classical education? Homeschool Preschool Curriculum, High School Curriculum, Homeschooling, Middle School Boys, Classical Education, Organizer, Planer, History Medieval, Medieval Times
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Repetitio Mater Memoriae: Repetition Is the Mother of Memory

Repetitio Mater Memoriae is an important principle in classical education.

Solagratiamom: Understanding Liturgy in Schole' Classical Education, Homeschool, Life, Posts, Messages, Homeschooling

Understanding Liturgy in Schole'

Liturgy surrounds us, but we probably don't think of it much. Find out how the mall is better at ordering your child's loves than you may be, and how you can change that.

Multum non multa, not many things but much, means choosing the best instead of trying to do everything. Let's look at it in terms of the modern homeschool. Homeschool Preschool Curriculum, Homeschool High School, Homeschooling, Middle School Boys, Middle School History, Middle Ages, Classical Education, Kids Education, Planer

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Multum non Multa: Are you keeping room for the best in your homeschool?

First of all, what is a commonplace book? A commonplace book is a notebook (or other resource) that is used to record ideas, facts, quotes, and personal responses to information encountered while r…

6 Reasons You Should Be Keeping a Commonplace Book - Learning Mama

What is a commonplace book? Why should you be keeping one?

Golden Grasses: What's the Big Deal about the 5 Common Topics? Challenge Me, Challenge Accepted, Writing Outline, Well Trained Mind, Cc Cycle 3, Classical Education, Compare And Contrast, Learning To Be, Knowing God
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What's the Big Deal about the 5 Common Topics?

This past year, Directing Challenge A, was a blast. Wait, have I mentioned that before? The big win for me this year, besides Latin, wa...

The Real Deal: living, learning, loving: A Taste of the Feast

A Taste of the Feast

I like to think that our MSJ Schole homeschool encompasses a do-it-yourself, academically challenging, comprehensive education. My goal i...

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Classical Education: Who and Why

We forget that classical education isn't just about drilling our children in math facts, it's also about introducing our children to the beauty and wonder of the world. Homeschool Preschool Curriculum, Homeschool High School, Homeschooling, Classical Education, Wonders Of The World, Planer, Simple Way, Children, Kids
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4 Simple Ways to Add Beauty and Wonder to Your Homeschool

We forget that classical education isn't just about drilling our children in math facts, it's also about introducing our children to the beauty and wonder of the world.

Classical Christian Education isn't about the curriculum you use. It's not a matter of tossing Latin into our day, or reading the right books. There's more to teaching our children about wisdom, beauty, virtue, and truth than simply finding the perfect te Homeschool High School, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling Resources, Classical Education, Kids Education, Primary Education, 5 Elements, Fifth Element, Home Schooling

The Five Elements of Classical Homeschooling

Classical Christian Education isn't about the curriculum you use. It's not a matter of tossing Latin into our day, or reading the right books. There's more to teaching our children about wisdom, beauty, virtue, and truth than simply finding the perfect textbook. That's where the Five Elements of Classical Homeschooling comes in.

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Classical education principles are important. They're our guiding light when we're trying to find curriculum, run the homeschool, or determine what's vital. High School Transcript, High School Curriculum, Middle School Boys, Middle School History, Homeschool Preschool Curriculum, Homeschooling, Classical Education, How To Memorize Things, Encouragement
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3 Reasons Educational Principles Are Important

The principles of classical education are important. They're our guiding light.

What does the trivium, mimesis, and hermeneutics have in common? Jason Strauss, a guest writer, shares his insight into these three classical concepts. Classical Education, Encouragement, High School, Classroom, Teaching, Mom, Homeschooling, Board, Writer
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What does the trivium, mimesis, and hermeneutics have in common?

What does the trivium, mimesis, and hermeneutics have in common? Jason Strauss, a guest writer, shares his insight into these three classical concepts.

Are you interested in classical education as a homeschooling method but don't know where to start? Hear an interview with a classical homeschool mom. Well Trained Mind, Classical Education, Homeschool Curriculum, Homeschooling Resources, Teaching Tools, Kids Learning, Learning Activities, How To Plan, Parenting
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HS 174: The Other Classical Homeschooling with Jennifer Dow

Are you interested in classical education as a homeschooling method but don't know where to start? Hear an interview with a classical homeschool mom.

A teacher cannot impart to students a love for the subject unless he loves it himself.

True Classical Education: Contagious Love | Afterthoughts

A teacher cannot impart to students a love for the subject unless he loves it himself.