In The Unschool Challenge, Elvis provides short essays on various topics related to unschooling and then she provides challenges for readers to do. This is a pick and choose sort of book. You don’t need to read it in order. You can select which topics interest you and learn more about them, pursue some of the challenges, and incorporate what you feel is valuable into your homeschooling life.
Registration for the 2023-2024 school year at the Charlotte Mason Educational Center (CMEC) will open this month!
In The Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte Mason, Laurie Bestvater explores the various types of notebooks Charlotte Mason used and how we might incorporate them into our homeschools.
The Great Books Program consists of four years (grades 9-12) of online classes meeting two hours per week to discuss weekly readings from the Great Books of Western Civilization.
Bestvater recommends spending 100 days in the practice of notebooking – paying close attention to what God might be trying to convey to us, writing down quotes that speak to us and reflecting on them. She suggests beginning this practice on Ash Wednesday.
Hybrid homeschooling can offer the best of both traditional schooling and homeschooling, but it can also have its challenges. Here are some things to consider when determining if hybrid homeschooling is right for you.