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I was flipping though the blog sticky today -- but if i start reading them all my house will fall apart ....


so --

ANyone a Classical Education Mom with a blog?

Help me be picky.



Sorry I can't read them all -- i know they are awsome, but i have an addictive personality


AImee
 

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: I want to read too.
 

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come on .........someone?????
 

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cool

just looking for blogs to stalk
 

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THANK

Looking forward to a lot of reading.

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Here is a list of all the blogs on the Well Trained Mind Webring:

WTM blogs

My blog is on there but we're not really doing the Classical Ed thing right now.
More of an unschooly/CM-ish focus. *Someday* when I'm not constantly chasing a little one or dealing with an out of control 3yo, I'll get my act back together.
 

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we're classically rooted, or WTM inspired or whatever you want to call it. mine's in my siggy-- The Diosa Dotada Endeavor. we've been known to fall down rabbit holes, er, uh i mean follow bunny trails on occassion though.

if you want a blow-your-mind kind of WTM/calssical blog, try Trivium Academy.
 

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We are Well Trained Mind followers with a very relaxed approach. It is not the focus of my blog but I do talk about some of the studies we are doing. Link is in my sig. We are on Spring Break right now so not a lot of posting by me.
 

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anyone else wanna jump in??????
 

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Lol, at the time this was first posted, I was looking more into unschooling and/or unit studies. Now I am definitely sold on a classical education (but a wee bit of other styles mixed in).

We're still doing kindergarten, and doing whatever I feel to be classical "prep-work" right now, learning to read and write. Learning geography for when we start learning about the world... Getting the basics of math, science, art, spelling, literature appreciation, and a bit more down now, which is more than WTM suggests for a kindergartner, but it's going well for us.

Early 2010, we will be getting into the classical education part by adding history, art, sciences all synched up, starting with Ancients. Got my Latin curriculum all ready to go too. Can't wait.

http://satorismiles.com

Our curriculum (still refining though):
http://satorismiles.com/curriculum/
 

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Originally Posted by dotnetdiva View Post
Lol, at the time this was first posted, I was looking more into unschooling and/or unit studies. Now I am definitely sold on a classical education (but a wee bit of other styles mixed in).

We're still doing kindergarten, and doing whatever I feel to be classical "prep-work" right now, learning to read and write. Learning geography for when we start learning about the world... Getting the basics of math, science, art, spelling, literature appreciation, and a bit more down now, which is more than WTM suggests for a kindergartner, but it's going well for us.

Early 2010, we will be getting into the classical education part by adding history, art, sciences all synched up, starting with Ancients. Got my Latin curriculum all ready to go too. Can't wait.

http://satorismiles.com

Our curriculum (still refining though):
http://satorismiles.com/curriculum/

I'm so glad you posted- your blog is so fun!
 

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Originally Posted by 1stTimeMummytoLore View Post
we're classically rooted, or WTM inspired or whatever you want to call it. mine's in my siggy-- The Diosa Dotada Endeavor. we've been known to fall down rabbit holes, er, uh i mean follow bunny trails on occassion though.

if you want a blow-your-mind kind of WTM/calssical blog, try Trivium Academy.
just an FYI in case anyone searches this old thread.

the mom of this blog is no longer homeschooling.

for now her links are still up -- but i am not sure how she is going to change her blog

A
 
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