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Getting Started with Charlotte Mason

getting started with charlotte mason
  Getting started with Charlotte Mason can seem overwhelming. If you ask inside a homeschool centered Facebook group “What is Charlotte Mason?”, you will soon be inundated with phrases like: “It’s reading lots of living books.“ “Nature study and lots of time outside.“ “It’s great for the early years but not enough for older students.
  Our family went on a bike ride this weekend. We felt like the Von Trapp family as eight of us cycled down the road and onto the bike path. We sang and laughed and enjoyed God’s creation. The feeling of content that we have when the whole family is together is like no other.
pediatric stroke survivor
  The day that my second son was born, homeschooling was an option that was on my radar as I had many friends and family members who had homeschooled their children.  When my newborn baby began having a seizure in my arms, it set us on a course that would eventually cement this decision. When
road trip to explore american history
  July gets me thinking of our heritage of freedom and how much fun it would be to take a family road trip to explore early American history. Freedom is a precious gift that Americans treasure, knowing that freedom has been preserved for future generations at the cost of innocent lives. Taking our children to

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