Trivium Pursuit

Archive for July, 2015

New Tiny Grand

Friday, July 24th, 2015

Daughter Helena just had a baby! Due to a burst appendix at 27 weeks, little Violet Tamzon Auberg decided she needed to make an early appearance. All is well with mother and babe. at 27 weeks, 2lb 1oz a few drops of liquid gold for Violet named after her great-grandmother tiny hand

The Tutor for Charlotte Mason & Classical Educators — free until August 15

Friday, July 24th, 2015

THE TUTOR is a 9 volume library of Classical & Charlotte Mason style educational treasures, including: Outdoor games & activities Nature projects and stories Great Literature & Poetry Music & Art History and Appreciation Character Building Stories & Activities Famous Speeches and Letters Communication, Rhetoric & Logic Skills Biographical sketches of famous men of long […]

Speech and Debate Resources

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Speech — A short introduction Debate — A short introduction; how to get started in debate; how to research a topic; and general rules for debate National Homeschool Speech and Debate organization Homeschool Speech and Debate Discussion Loop — archives of group email exchanges from 1997 when homeschool speech and debate was just starting Bibliography […]

A Child’s First Introduction to Art now available as a PDF

Monday, July 13th, 2015

What Do You See? A Child’s First Introduction to Art, Volume 1 is now available on our web site as a PDF. You can order it here, or you can order the Kindle version on Amazon. “Excellent Manner to Awaken the Budding Scholar(s) in your Life — An outstanding book for introducing children ages 4 […]

On Controversy

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

A minister who was about to publish an article criticizing a fellow minister for errors in his theology, wrote to John Newton of his intention. Newton’s reply was meant to reference controversies in theology, but I find it to be helpful for many of life’s controversies. Dear Sir, As you are likely to be engaged […]

My Politics

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

from Letters of John Newton, 1778 The whole system of my politics is summed up in this one verse, The Lord reigns. Let the nations tremble. –Psalm 99:1 The times look awfully dark indeed, and as the clouds grow thicker, the stupidity of the nation seems proportionally to increase. If the Lord had not a […]

Teaching our children “empathetic assertiveness”

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

By Lena Aburdene Derhally “…I have seen anxious people do things that make them uncomfortable because of guilt. I have seen people let others push and bulldoze their boundaries because they felt bad about saying “no” to someone or didn’t want to hurt someone’s feelings. Again, while it is of the utmost importance to be […]

How to Make Sure Everyone on Facebook Knows You’re the Perfect Christian Parent

Saturday, July 4th, 2015

“This Christian parenting social media scorecard has everything you need to insure that YOU, yes YOU are the holiest parent on the social media scene. After all, how will people know unless you show them repeatedly? #Hilarious….” Read the rest of the article here.

Archives

You are currently browsing the Trivium Pursuit weblog archives for March, 2017.