Classically, Faithfully, Homeschooling 5 Boys

Why I Will Always Teach Logic & Rhetoric

We have always been classical homeschoolers so teaching Logic and Rhetoric to my boys is priority in our home. You are probably wondering why I make these subjects a  priority instead of just possibly “making time” for them, so I will try to explain why we do this. Logic Teaching Logic starts at the Logic […]

Our Classical Science Homeschooling Plans and Curriculum

We have always used the classical education method in our homeschooling so for this upcoming school year, we will focus on biology as our group science using the classical method. In reviewing our last school year, I realized there are several things I want to change this upcoming year. One of them being the way we […]

2015 – 2016 Homeschool Curriculum Choices

For the 2015 – 2016 homeschool year, I am making some major changes with our curriculum choices. We are returning to the classical method after using the Heart of Dakota curriculum for the past two years, which is based on the Charlotte Mason method.  We are joining our local Classical Conversations community where my high school […]

80+ Homeschool Resources for Grammar, Copywork & Handwriting

  I have a great homeschool series going on over at Homeschool Giveaways right now! Most of us are in the planning and buying stage for next school year, so I am rounding up resources to help all of us out with every subject, including some resources for mom too 🙂 More resources for you! […]

FREE Math Copywork Printables for Algebra

My 14yo started Algebra this year and since there are soooo many formulas and equations that he has to learn and memorize, I thought it would be a good idea to incorporate those into his copywork. So I created some pages for him to copy, one each day and then he starts them over and continues […]

Step-by-Step Grammar Cards & Memory Work Cards

Affiliate links used in this post. My son is learning how to label sentences with the different parts of speech in Grammar right now and he has a tendency to jump around and label what he knows, then go back and figure out the rest. Unfortunately for him, this causes him to mislabel a lot of […]