This is part of the series: Classical Homeschooling Those of you who have read any of these great books about classical homeschooling have, if you’re anything like me, shut the book and said something like, “Yeah right.” All of this sounds…
Earlier, I discussed how a classical education is a humanizing education. It teaches a person how to think and speak with those around him, it nurtures him instead of constantly assessing him, and it feeds him with books and ideas…
Before we can classically educate our students, we need to know generally what it is we’re aiming for.
Does teaching Latin intimidate you? Here are some real resources a homeschooling mom with no experience can use to teach Latin, and do it well.
Latin is not the defining element of a classical education but it is necessary.
If I classically homeschool my kids, will they end up in my basement when they’re 30? Read on to find out why a classical education is practical for today’s students…
If you’re considering giving your children a classical educaction at home, you might as well be aware of the challenges you’ll face. This may be depressing, but read on homeschooling mama:
My kids are selfish, cranky, and mean sometimes. Also, they yell. I wonder where they learned that.
With all that we don’t know about classical education, it helps to change our perspective.
This book list will give you just what you need both to start learning about classical homeschooling and to go deeper when you’re ready.