Our family happens to use the Classical Conversations curriculum, but there are many more wonderful styles of schooling out there. Click on the image below for more information about the Classical Model of Education.
*Note: Practical Family is not affiliated in any way with Classical Conversations, we are just a family who loves their curriculum and creates helpful resources for other families. You can also visit CC’s official website here.
Homeschool Blog Posts
Raising young men in today’s world can be tough, but not impossible. Monica Swanson encourages moms to study their sons to form real relationships and lasting character.
Veteran homeschool mother September McCarthy gives her best advice about homeschooling with purpose and why motherhood matters so much in these early years.
Learn how to create a routine and environment that makes it easy for your kids to focus on school at home.
All the uncertainty of school this fall can fill parents with anxiety. Here are some encouragements to ease your stress!
A comprehensive list of the Who Was books to coincide with Cycle 3 of the Classical Conversations curriculum. Click our link to purchase books on Amazon!
You can prepare for crisis by planning ahead for what your family needs. Here are the top five things you can start today to be ready for anything!
You can help your kids experience astronomy, biology, and a host of other subjects with the help of parent experts. Join my video convo with Luke Gilkerson.
Using these three tricks to regulate a lot of the stress-causing activity and prevent Christmas season frazzle from invading your homeschool.
You may think you need an elaborate homeschool set up to be considered the best homeschool parent and mold your children into the smartest, most well-rounded students. You do not. Here are some tips to help you be a successful homeschool family without a homeschool room and in a small space.
The Medieval Period. The Middle Ages. The Dark Ages. This era is referred to in a few difference ways. It was basically the time directly following the fall of the Roman Empire and before the glorious Renaissance. If castles and knights and kings and princesses were...