Originally Posted by Terabith
Classical ed, on the other hand, has early childhood all wrong, I think. I love the Well Trained Mind, but I have to just skip over the preschool and kinder sections. I think...
How old are your children?
I felt a little bit like that when I first began exploring homeschooling.
The closer my child became to school age, and the more I saw how we naturally learned together, I found it easier to sort out my own...
I am starting to wonder if any sort of human society, no matter what it is like, can be considered more "natural" than another. There are so many different ways to live. None more natural than another--just different!
Originally Posted by Linda on the move
Very easy. My kids are 1 1/2 years apart and we rowed vol 1-3.
We used FIAR years ago and recently one of my DDs said she wanted to do it again because it was one of her...
Originally Posted by pookel
I get the feeling sometimes that the philosophy of TWTM is based a little too heavily on their own family's experiences.
I think you might be right. Either that, or only...
Originally Posted by Ravin
Here's my 2 cents:
TWTM has a lot of excellent curriculum suggestions. Even the author says if you try to do it all you're nuts. If something doesn't fit your parenting philosophy,...