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Back Issues of Theological Magazines on Ebay

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Magazine Back Issues, The Standard Bearer, Homer Hoeksema, Reformed, 1974-1984 Magazine Back Issues, Baptist, Sovereign Grace, Calvinistic, Sword & Trowel etc Magazine Back Issues, James Jordon, Gary North, Chalcedon, Credenda Agenda, etc Magazine Back Issues, Present Truth, Verdict, Calvinistic, Brinsmead, Reformed Searching Together, Baptist Reformation Review, Jon Zens

Trivium Pursuit Sale — 35-Year Collection of Elocution Books, Theological Magazines, and Much More

Friday, November 26th, 2010

Trivium Pursuit sale from November 25-December 2. Please call to place an order 3095373641 (8 AM-9 PM CST). Teaching the Trivium: Christian Homeschooling in a Classical Style (normally sells for $34) — $19 Handy English Encoder Decoder (normally sells for $15) — $9 A Greek Alphabetarion Book and CD (normally sells for $28) — $18 […]

A Suggested List of Activities for Teaching Science at Home Following the Applied Trivium Model

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Grammar Level (through about age 12) Give children at this age plenty of time to explore, observe, collect. Help the child develop an interest and love for the outdoors. Interact with nature. Take walks, go camping, visit parks. Start bug, rock and plant collections. Keep a nature study notebook. A good example of a nature […]

Old Books for Children

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

I want to share a book that my daughter checks out as often as possible at the library. She loves the Burgess Book of Birds for Children. It is very old. Our library’s copy is ragged and torn, but the librarian loves all things old and hates to cull the books. It is a bird […]

Three Levels of Language Study

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

I’m enjoying reading Teaching the Trivium so much! I’d like your advice on a sequence for foreign Languages. My oldest daughter is 10 years old and we’ve completed Prima Latina and plan to do Latina Christiana I this year. We also worked on memorizing the Greek and Hebrew alphabets last year. After reading your section […]

Stick to Reading Levels?

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Recently I purchased a copy of George Washington’s World by Genevieve Foster. The recommended reading level begins at 4th grade, yet is seems like excellent read-aloud material. Is there a compelling reason why I should wait until my knowledge-level children are older before using this as the backbone for a history timeline? Pamela, Chicago I […]

Studying History Chronologically?

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Hello Harvey and Laurie, Thanks so very much for the excellent overview in Teaching the Trivium of 10 things to do before your child is 10. I have been re-reading it and it helps bring me back to the essentials in our homeschooling. I do have a question to ask, do you have any thoughts […]

Christian Filmmakers Holiday Contest

Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Holiday Video Contest On December 10, 2010 filmmakers around the world will produce a four-minute story on video. 48-hours later they will upload their video to YouTube. Judges will score entries on Story, Cinematography, Sound, Performance and Editing. For this contest, your $25 entry fee will go into a prize pool. As more filmmakers enter […]

Cuteness

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

I don’t think I can call him Baby any more.

Learning Logic

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Our family has very much enjoyed The Fallacy Detective and had planned to head into the Critical Thinking l and ll once we were finished. With the publication of The Thinking Toolbox what would be your recommendation on sequencing logic materials for a 13-year-old? Leigh Blaylock Here are our recommendations: Building Thinking Skills Book 2 […]

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