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Author: Sonya Shafer

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Join popular author and speaker, Sonya Shafer, every week for timely encouragement and practical teaching tips to help you homeschool with the Charlotte Mason Method.
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What should children learn in your home school? Here are the subjects you should include in your schedule. What Should Children Learn? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Why do children need to learn? It's a foundational question that all homeschool parents should ask. Why Should Children Learn? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Is Charlotte Mason homeschooling only for girls? Karen Smith, mother of three boys, joins Sonya to talk about how Charlotte Mason worked for her family. Does Charlotte Mason Work for Boys? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Christy Hissong joins Sonya to share about the benefits of enjoying music as part of your homeschool day. The Benefits of Music Study originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Just by using Charlotte Mason methods in your home school, your children will gain these five key good habits that will guide them for life! 5 Lifelong Habits in Charlotte Mason Homeschooling originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Why We Study the Arts

Why We Study the Arts

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Richele and Sonya talk about why we study the arts, and what enrichment these subjects can bring to our home schools. Why We Study the Arts originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Five great tips for planning your Charlotte Mason homeschool. 5 Tips for Planning Your Charlotte Mason Homeschool originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
You're at the end of a school year but you haven't quite finished a book. What should you do? What to Do When Last Year’s Homeschool Plan Is Unfinished originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Charlotte Mason told us to give preschoolers a full six years to explore before formal lessons. But how can you fit that in while you're doing formal lessons with older children? How to Nurture Your Preschooler While Homeschooling Older Children originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
How do you approach leisure reading when you don't have time to pre-read every book for your older child? How to Guide Older Children in Independent Leisure Reading originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Is Charlotte Mason all sipping tea and sitting quietly? Karen and Sonya explain how we may have gotten a mistaken impression. Is Charlotte Mason Subdued and Tranquil? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Sonya and Doug discuss what role, if any, technology can play in a Charlotte Mason homeschool. Technology and Charlotte Mason Homeschooling originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Here are 10 ways that dads can get involved with Charlotte Mason homeschooling. How Dad Can Help with Charlotte Mason Homeschooling originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
The authors of Charlotte Mason Practical Geometry join Sonya to explain what practical geometry is and how it's perfect for an upper elementary student. What Is Charlotte Mason Practical Geometry? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Keeping a nature journal the way Charlotte Mason suggested incorporates so many disciplines! Nature Journaling: Where Science, Writing, Poetry, and Art Come Together originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Amber O'Neal Johnston shares how she had to overcome cultural objections to homeschooling, and why that matters to all of us homeschoolers. Overcoming Cultural Objections to Homeschooling originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
How can you tell if you are doing too much in your homeschool? Here are five things to check in on. How to Know If You’re Doing Too Much originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
It's not too late to start Charlotte Mason, but you may want to keep these five things in mind as you make the switch. Is It Too Late to Start Homeschooling with the Charlotte Mason Method? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Do you need to teach your child to read before 1st Grade? The answer may surprise you! Do You Need to Teach Your Child to Read Before 1st Grade? originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
Here are three things to consider when you evaluate an approach to homeschooling. How to Choose a Homeschooling Style originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
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mohammad sadeghi

I wanna talk you on what's app plz +989127006352 thanks

Jan 2nd
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Jackie Grimes

sometimes if a kid has autism or ADHD it's not possible for them to stay still.I find if you bring a fidget toy it helps to distract them.training isn't possible with these kids,patience patience patience.agree about the breaks good idea.

Dec 8th
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Keith Lorenz

I really enjoyed this. Thank you!

Mar 2nd
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Lindsey Ungs

Sonya's advice is excellent! She is a great resource.

Aug 31st
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