May 7, 2019

The Charlotte Mason Classroom and Relationships: How to Teach Children to Grow and Maintain Healthy Relationships by Storm Hutchinson

Charlotte Mason famously wrote that “Education is the science of relations.”  We usually discuss this idea in terms of children enjoying a broad curriculum of relationships […]
May 2, 2019

Inspiring Mathematical Ideas: “Quicken the Imagination” by Suzanne Bazak

“Mathematics depend upon the teacher rather than upon the text-book and few subjects are worse taught; chiefly because teachers have seldom time to give the inspiring […]
April 19, 2019

Science and the Appetite for Knowledge Immersion by Danielle Merritt-Sunseri

“The eye brightens, the pulse quickens, the colour rises, the whole person becomes vitalised, capable, strenuous, no longer weighed down by this clog of flesh” (Volume 3, […]
April 15, 2019

Nature Study Immersion by Marcia Mattern

What are some reasons you might want to take the nature immersion? Are you bothered by bugs and dirt? Do you feel like being outside is […]
April 1, 2019

Multi-age Homeschool Immersion by Nancy Kelly

“Teaching is not a technique exercised by the skilled on behalf of the unskilled. It is a sharing of the effort to know, using all that […]