What to teach The big picture I planned to do 36 weeks of academics, 5 days per week, which met my state’s requirements with margin. You want margin – planning for more days than your state requires – because life happens, emergencies happen, and the best-laid plans don’t always work out. If you plan for […]
No other books for children have so compellingly told the often exciting story of history than the Landmark book series published by Random House (roughly 4th through 7th grades). There will be no “twaddle” found here. The appropriate Landmark books are here keyed to their matching chapters in The Story of the Renaissance and Reformation. […]
“Educate your children to self-control, to the habit of holding passion and prejudice and evil tendencies subject to an upright and reasoning will, and you have done much to abolish misery from their future, and crimes from society.” – Benjamin Franklin, Autobiography.
I recommend the Guerber history series (edited and expanded by Christine Miller) to be a child’s first introduction to history in the elementary grades. What about those children in their teens, who did not have the advantage of reading this thorough biblically-based history in their elementary years? What can I recommend for those parents who […]
The 1000 Good Books and 100 Great Books reinforce and define Western Civilization, which is built upon the Biblical worldview. They are worthy literature. However, parents and educators tend to put the books on lists like these on a pedestal, and view the reading of them as the ultimate goal to attain in literature. But […]
by Wesley J. Callihan of Schola Classical Tutorials I will give this people favor in the sight of the Egyptians, and it shall be, when you go, that you shall not go empty-handed. But every woman shall ask of her neighbor, namely, of her who dwells near her house, articles of silver, articles of gold, […]