development

  1. Charlotte Mason and TLP Part One: Candles to be Lit

    Charlotte Mason and TLP Part One:  Candles to be Lit
    When asked about my preferences regarding how to approach learning, I enthusiastically and without hesitation talk about Charlotte Mason. Although she lived in the 1800s, her advice about how children learn is as relevant now as it was then. Much of her philosophy can be summed up in how she viewed children. In her opinion they are "not vessels to...
  2. Reluctant Readers: Not Unintelligent, Just Not Ready

    Reluctant Readers:  Not Unintelligent, Just Not Ready
    What is one of the first things homeschooling moms want to teach their children? How to read! Yes! So, Mom is ready, but is Joe? A lot has to happen for a child to be ready to read, and intelligence itself is a minor factor. It's more about development. Development and intelligence are not the same thing. We approached teaching...

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