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Intellectual Habit Training: Charlotte Mason Mondays

Intellectual Habit Training: Charlotte Mason Mondays

  |   Character Development, Charlotte Mason Mondays, Christian Parenting, Curriculum, Parenting/Homeschooling in General, Teaching - all grades, Time Mangagement   |   No comment

Do the Next Thing If you don't do it now, you'll be in the same state Tomorrow, the next day, you will still hesitate. Trying to decide  causes more delays And some day you'll weep over all the lost days. Habit formation, according to Charlotte Mason, is one of the most...

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It's Here! British Literature: a Study of British Writers

  |   Books!, Curriculum, Language Arts, Lesson Plan, Teaching High School, Teaching History, Teaching Writing   |   No comment

It’s here! Epi Kardia’s brand new British Literature course is now available! This seismic 113 page high school curriculum incorporates the best of British Literature, with a special emphasis on the Victorian Age.  The classic works utilized in this curriculum include: --Beowulf translated by Seamus...

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basic habit training

Basic Habit Training-Charlotte Mason Mondays

  |   Charlotte Mason Mondays, Christian Parenting, Curriculum, Parenting/Homeschooling in General, Teaching Elementary School, Time Mangagement   |   8 Comments

This post contains affiliate links to books we've read and loved. Should you buy any of these books, we'll receive a few cents, although it won't increase your cost.  Thank you!   Charlotte Mason talks over and over again about the importance of basic habit training. She...

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