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Archive for December, 2006

Winston Churchill and Prepositions

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006

It is said that Winston Churchill was once corrected for ending a sentence with a preposition, to which he responded, “This is the sort of nonsense up with which I shall not put.”

#1 Son’s B-Day

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006

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Equivocation and Contest Time

Monday, December 4th, 2006

Lord willing, we want to start producing audio and video podcasts. We’ll start small with some short audio podcasts dramatizing common fallacies. But we need your help. In the comment section here, please post your favorite example of an equivocation. If we use your example in our podcast, we’ll send you a free book. Be […]

One More Free Gift for Trivium Pursuit Customers

Sunday, December 3rd, 2006

My name is Seth Fisher. I was homeschooled my whole life and graduated in 2003. I am thankful to God and my parents for the blessing that they bestowed on me by educating me at home. The opportunities that a home education gave me prepared me for the future that God has planned. I started […]

17th Free Gift Added to Sale

Saturday, December 2nd, 2006

Another free ebook has been added to our After Thanksgiving Sale, making a total of 17 free gifts you will receive if you buy one of our sale packets. Let’s Get Ready for a New School Year E-book by Cindy Rushton, along with a complimentary audio to go with it, is our 17th free gift. […]

Dad’s Coming

Friday, December 1st, 2006

Winslow Homer — Dad’s Coming

Another Free Ebook Added to Sale

Friday, December 1st, 2006

Another free ebook has been added to our After Thanksgiving Sale, making it a total of 16 free items. Geography Matters Sampler Test drive award-winning geography curriculum by Geography Matters. This ebook sampler provides over 250 pages of lessons, outline maps, crossword puzzles, activities, recipes, timeline figures, atlas drills and more. Includes 2 complete geography […]

Classical Q & A

Friday, December 1st, 2006

What is the goal of the Trivium? The goal of the Trivium is to give the student the necessary tools or skills which make him free from his teacher so that he can learn by himself. That’s why the Trivium tools are called the Liberal or liberating Arts. What vocation or further study does this […]


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