Charlotte Mason Homeschool History – It’s Too Much

Charlotte Mason Homeschool History

Why I Teach So Much History

Charlotte Mason Homeschool History

I think new homeschoolers are often astounded at how much history I put into my children’s home school curriculum. Mistakenly they assume I must be skimping on other important subjects in order to teach history because the primary school the NSW Syllabus ...

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Giving Myself Permission – Mother Time

Permission For Mother Time

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When you’re homeschooling, caring for your family is a 24/7 job. If you’re not cleaning the house, preparing meals, or doing the washing, then you’re probably supervising homeschool lessons, running kids around or organising the family schedule. And of course there are the commitments outside the home as well. ...

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Homeschooling And University

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Homeschooling and University

Not all homeschooling children want, or need, to attend Australian university however many will. And for several professions a university education is their ticket to ride in their chosen field.

Often parents fear that homeschooling will lock their children out of university studies. It won’t!

Here are some stories ...

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Athanasius – Children’s Book Review

This term we are learning Church history along with our Middle Ages high school studies . I was keen to find biographies on people in the church. One of the stories I was looking for was on Athanasius from 300AD. He was a bishop in Alexandria who fought against heresy and upheld the teachings of the trinity.

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Christian Biographies for Young ...

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Homeschool Curriculum Mistakes – When Planning Doesnt Go to Plan!

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This year I was insuring myself against any homeschool curriculum mistakes. I had a carefully chosen curriculum, made well thought out timetables and bought some inspiring stationary. However it became clear that things were not working as I had intended. What was wrong – was it lazy kids or had I made some homeschool curriculum mistakes?

Trying Not To Make ...

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