The book Endangered Minds: Why Children Don’t Think and What We Can Do About It by Jane Healy was recommended to me as a discussion of why even educational TV can have negative effects on children. I was going to go out and buy it, but I noticed on the amazon.com review that the book […]
Three interviews with film professionals: CJ Powers on Screenwriting Bonnie Gillespie on Casting David Nagron Jr on Film Art
I am really interested in the philosophy of delayed formal math. Unfortunately, I have not been able to read your book yet, but I have read many of the articles on your website. My question is, if you delay formal math, does that mean you do not have any math instruction at all? Or would […]
There’s always room for differing opinions when studying chronology, but here is a possible chronology for some of the events of the New Testament, according to the Reese Chronological Bible (we would differ with some of these dates): Augustus rules 31 B.C.-A.D. 14 Jesus born 5 B.C. Tiberius rules A.D. 14-37 Jesus’ Death & Resurrection […]
We recently ran a contest in our Homeschooling with the Trivium e-letter asking for favorite read alouds. Here are the results: Lynn Reif — Banner in the Sky by James Ramsey Ullman Debbie Speedy — Child’s Story Bible by Catherine Vos Cindy Landreth — Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank Gilbreth, Jr. Peggy Brooks — […]
Jessica Phillips was the winner of our guess-the-baby’s-weight contest. Here, Julia Phillips shares The Story of Mr. Pippin with her farm friends in Southern Indiana.
Don’t nod. Dogma: I am God. Never odd or even. Do geese see God? Too bad I hid a boot. Rats live on no evil star. No trace; not one carton. Murder for a jar of red rum. Some men interpret nine memos. May a moody baby doom a yam? A man, a plan, a […]
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