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FREE Organic Art Appreciation in November!


Have you ever wanted to introduce your kids to fine art, but didn’t really have the time or energy to do it?  You’re not alone!  Fellow homeschool mom Erica Johns had the same dilemma, until she developed her easy and effective form of organic art appreciation:  Fine Art Pages! This month you can give Fine […]

FREE Scripture Memory Verse Cards


Are you wanting to memorize more scripture in your homeschool? Charlotte Mason had a great scripture memory system to help children memorize lots of verses at a time. These twelve verse packs contain about 50 verses each in a mixture of long passages, short passages, and single verses from both the Old and New Testament. Simply […]

FREE Charlotte Mason Style Spelling Curriculum


Some students are natural spellers, others are not. Why? The difference is that natural spellers have learned how to imprint the correct spelling of words into their minds. Poor spellers simply do not know how to take pictures of words and imprint them onto the mind. This is where Spelling Solutions comes in. Spelling Solutions teaches […]

Creating and Keeping a Common Place Book in your Charlotte Mason Homeschool


Just this school year I decided to have my 6th grader start keeping and using a Commonplace book for English.We use the Charlotte Mason method in our homeschool. My daughter has always done copywork in her English curriculum English Lessons Through Literature. Now that she is on Level Five, the copywork has been replaced by […]

A Thinking Love FREE Charlotte Mason E-book


Charlotte Mason speaks of a “thinking love” that Mothers can give to their children.Join Sonya Shafer as she explores what “a thinking love” means and contemplates the various ways that Charlotte Mason encouraged thinking mothers to show their love to their children.Encouraging—The short, practical chapters will both challenge and equip you in your role as […]

Meet this Edwardian-era Unschooler!


American Artist John Singer Sargent was considered to be the foremost portraitist of his time, and was apparently an Edwardian-era unschooler as well!  That’s right.  His family traveled extensively throughout Europe while he was growing up.  John didn’t have much patience for formal academics, but his mother believed that their lifestyle of travel, museums, and […]

What Do You See? A Child’s First Introduction to Art Volumes One, Two, and Three


Trivium Pursuit’s newest art curriculum is now available — What Do You See? A Child’s First Introduction to Art, Volumes One, Two, and Three. These three ebooks can be purchased on Amazon Kindle for $2.99 each…. ….but, for three days only, October 3-5, Volume One will be free on Amazon Kindle. What Do You See? […]

FREE John James Audubon Nature Notebooking and Bird Study


If you enjoy nature studies you will love this nature study on John James Audubon. There are so many different ways to study birds and learn about Audubon at the same time. James Audubon is one of the most well known naturalist artists. You can learn more about his life, the birds he drew and […]

Beginning Hymn Study with FREE Printables


Modern praise and worship songs are fun and fresh. But let’s not let the richness and depth of hymns pass off the scene because we didn’t expose our children to them. Hymns are full of doctrine and the setting in which they were often written brings a beautiful, more significant meaning. This study is a […]