The Classical Conversations Challenge II program is one of my favorites. With British literature, artists and composers, and Socratic dialogues, I feel a bit indulgent as a tutor to walk through these studies with students. I love that many of the things I collected from my Foundations years are revisited in Challenge II. It is…

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As we’re wrapping up the school year, I generally start looking at what’s coming next and looking at how to keep the learning going. We’ve participated in many summer reading programs over the years with our local library, and that got me thinking about new fun ways to track our reading. Combining my love of…

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This year my husband and I took a different approach to the Great Homeschool Convention. Typically, we attend this conference because we love all of the speakers that attend and we love hearing from them because we already use their curriculum at home. My kids were really the driving force of us attending the conference…

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School is back in full swing, and it seems like the time disappears faster every day. Homeschooling is very rewarding, but it can be draining. After a long day of reading aloud, listening to reading, and managing reading, sometimes the last thing you want to do is pick up another book. The secret to not…

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