Category Archives: Classical Conversations

Balancing All About Spelling and All About Reading With Multiple Children

My recent posts about my current “homeschooling-rut” have been therapeutic for me to write.  I’m still searching for a better math fit and I’m steadily working my way out of my current sense of homeschool-ennui.  In writing these posts I realized … Continue reading

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Reviewing Classical Conversations Memory Work and GIVEAWAY

Okay my Classical Conversations friends-  I’ve got a great review and giveaway for you today. Our holiday break will be the perfect time to get started with it! If you’re like me and this is your first year within the CC … Continue reading

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Clothesline Timeline – Showcasing the Span of History

Call me a nerd but History makes me happy and things like historical texts and documents send chills down my spine; so it should come as no surprise that I adore timelines. There’s something so centering and empowering about seeing … Continue reading

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How To Get Your “CC” Legs – Advice On Starting Classical Conversations

If you missed my post on Classical Conversations before you might want to head over and check it out.  There I explain how I utilize this classical Christian co-op even though my family is secular.  No matter what your religious … Continue reading

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Can My Secular Family Utilize Classical Conversations?

There are many facets to homeschoolers.  We’re a mixed bunch.  There are countless reasons for homeschooling and just as many, if not more, various ways to actually homeschool your children.  Yet one of the most common ways to compartmentalize us is … Continue reading

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Making Family Game Night Fun AND Educational {with a REVIEW of The Classical Historian Games}

Family Game Night used to be a highlight of our week; but somewhere along the way board games have taken a backseat to computer games like Minecraft and Jumpstart. Don’t get me wrong– I appreciate a good computer game for … Continue reading

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