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Timelines from Elementary to High School – building a timeless tool.
There are loads of wonderful resources available. BUT! Keep it stick in the sand. Simple is more. More memory, more longevity and more fun for everyone. The simple approach is truly beautiful and timeless.
As a Mom with a Senior Masters class this year, we are going to do some digging!
The CC Connected area of the website has loads of free parent learning resources. Scroll to the base of the page, choose the compass, third bar over is CC Connected.
A yearly subscription to the Learning Forum is a wonderful way to acess many learning tools for your family. You can always pay for one month and try it, downloading favorites and then only purchasing it again as needed.
One of my favorite on-line resources is a wonderful CC Mama at Half-a-Hundred Acre Woods:
There are many more, but these two are some of the best!
Tuesday, July 31, 2018 (6:30PM) – Tuesday, July 31, 2018 (8:30PM)
Coming August 15th! The Foundations Cycle 1 audio you love will be available for purchase and download on iTunes. Each CD from the set will be available as a separate album for $12.99 each.
- Foundations Cycle 1 Vol. 1: Weekly Memory Work
- Foundations Cycle 1 Vol. 2: Memory Work by Subject
- Foundations Cycle 1 Vol. 3: Timeline and More
The depths of our academic ambitions for this year are coming to a close. Memory Master, Blue Books and Classes are over and my heart is longing for rest. That in-be-tween time where what I have striven to accomplish is absorbed into the depths of my being. It is the beauty of classical learning, the challenge of doing hard things well and then the quiet that allows those hard things to become just another part of who we are.
Summer is the time to absorb. Letting the new things sink into being old, known, parts of our lives. Suddenly, at summers end, I have expanded my capacity to attempt new hard things, as the ones conquered last year have become part of the foundation of my knowledge. After genuine rest I am ready to run hard again. But for now, my heart is turning toward summer: to hear the humming of the bee, to watch the water slipping by, to squeeze my toes in the sand and reflect.