Trivium Pursuit

Archive for July, 2006

College

Sunday, July 16th, 2006

Dear Laurie, Thank you, thank you for speaking with me last Thursday. I greatly appreciate your time. I feel like you lifted a burden off of my shoulders. I was worried that I wasn’t doing enough, but after talking with you I feel like we haven’t derailed as much as I thought. One question that […]

Granted Ministries

Sunday, July 16th, 2006

Judging by your inclusion of Paul Washer’s sermon from Sermon Audio, I thought you might appreciate knowing about my website which includes many of his messages, as well as sermons of men who disciple Paul. Chad Thompson Granted Ministries

Four Approaches to the Study of Ancient Literature

Friday, July 14th, 2006

The purpose of this article is to help Christians to develop their own Biblical approach to evaluating literature. We cannot describe every possible approach, but we will briefly describe three common approaches to the study of classical literature, then we will explain our own distinct approach. Nobody has appointed us judge over what others think […]

Knitting and Math

Friday, July 14th, 2006

My friend Kim and I started learning to knit at the same time. I am still at K1P1, while she has gone on to this: and Here is what Kim wrote about the above green basket: This mossy mobius basket was knit with brown wool yarn and a green novelty yarn held together while knitting. […]

Sale at Trivium Pursuit August 1-7

Thursday, July 13th, 2006

During the week of August 1-7 we will have a sale on two Trivium Pursuit books: Teaching the Trivium: Christian Homeschooling in a Classical Style Ancient History from Primary Sources: A Literary Timeline More details later.

New Issue of Homeschooling Today

Thursday, July 13th, 2006

Download the new mid summer issue of Homeschooling Today magazine for free!!

More on Delayed Formal Math

Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

I am trying to figure out how your recommendation about delaying formal math until age ten would work out in practice. Specifically, when does the child learn basic math facts? It seems to me that you can’t do much math without knowing the math facts. If you wait until age ten to start learning the […]

Copywork

Wednesday, July 12th, 2006

What I have trouble with is copybook. My children seem to be allergic to pencils and paper. Suggestions please! Judy Have you tried buying the children special colored or regular pencils or markers and special books filled with blank pages for doing their copywork? When my children were small and even up till the teen […]

Books on Tape

Friday, July 7th, 2006

Just placed an order with Blackstone Audio. Leave it to Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse, read by Frederick Davidson Davidson is our favorite reader, and several here love anything by Wodehouse. Come on Seabiscuit by Ralph Moody, read by Jim Weiss This will be the first recording we have by Jim Weiss, and I’m looking forward […]

New Spell to Write and Read DVD

Thursday, July 6th, 2006

The DVD, You CAN Do It! – Spell to Write and Read, features endorsed SWR trainer Britta McColl teaching her own children in her home with SWR. Spell to Write and Read is an intensive phonics curriculum written by Wanda Sanseri.

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