A mother can easily switch to old fashioned education, even if its mid-year and even if you have no time to lesson plan and even if you have zero budget. You can do it, and easily. Here's how in 3 simple steps + a free printable modified schedule.
Do you know how to make a vintage homekeeping schedule? It's actually pretty easy and you can use my FREE A Mother's Homekeeping Time Cards (print below) to make one in a jiffy. Here's how.
Pour a cup of tea, and enjoy the Parent's Review, a FREE quarterly resource, you can sign up here. In Issue 4 we are exploring "How to Teach Latin Study" with insights on Charlotte Mason's methods and suggestions, plus a review of Olim, Once Upon a Time in Latin, of which I received a review copy. Download the Parent's Review here.
The best way to prepare your child for formal learning (grades 1 to 12) is to teach them how to read, for books are the doorway to knowledge and to truth. It is during the Preparatory Level (Preschool to Kindergarten), that you can teach your child to read in 3 simple steps: Step 1: Letters, Step 2: Words, and Step 3: Sentences. Let's take a look.
Today I am sharing My Homeschool Daily Schedule for Kindergarten for the 2023-24 homeschool year, plus a free printable schedule (bottom of post). This goes along with my recent post, Our Charlotte Mason-Inspired Kindergarten Plans for the 2023-24 homeschool year with a peek at our organizational drawers. Now, here's our schedule.
Today, I'm sharing My Charlotte Mason-Inspired Homeschool Plans for Kindergarten + Free Booklist. I'll give you the walk through of each of my Kindergarten drawers.
This is round two for homeschooling for me. God's plans for my life were two sweet girls in my twenties, and now, a sweet girl and sweet boy in my forties. I am raising the littles again!
For Prep-Level (Preschool to Kindergarten) I like to add hands-on activities. I add these activities as I go along according to what my child would enjoy. Think sandbox, waterplay, playdough, or painting. Copywork, being a foundation to an old-fashioned education, can be incorporated in the Prep-Level through "Copywork Painting." Here's what we did in our homeschool.
"Mom, I want to show you a surprise," said Adeline, my 4 year old. She lead me to the growing watermelon plants in the back yard. This came a result of setting our television aside which I shared in Part I of this series. Here is the continuation of this journey.
What is Morning Time? Why do homeschool moms do this? Today, I'd like to give you 5 Ideas for Planning Your Morning Time, but first, let's talk about what it is.
Renee Metzler holds a degree in Secondary Ed, English from Bloomsburg University of PA. She is a homeschool mom of 4 children and is loves to share her joy of lesson planning and curriculum.
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