Nature study conjures up such lovely images: children dazzled by a field of wildflowers, peering under rocks in a streambed, or showing their pressed-flower collection to an admiring grandparent. It ranks up there with artist study and music appreciation for its beauty and life giving rejuvenation. A Charlotte Mason education can be quite rigorous, but nature study time is when we can all relax and let the learning happen naturally. See the full blog at: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-uQ
You can enjoy Dr. Swicegood’s blog post at this link: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-uG.
Find our new blog by Scott Cottrill at http://wp.me/p3bD5Y-u8.
You can access Hannah Ezell’s blog at http://wp.me/p3bD5Y-u0. Enjoy!
Enjoy viewing this video of Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser taken at their Living Books Library. You can view the video at http://www.charlottemasoninstitute.org/liz-cottrill-and-emily-cottrill-kiser/.
Anna Migeon shares her thoughts on developing good eating habits in our children. You can read her blog at http://www.charlottemasoninstitute.org/part-i-of-looking-for-freedom-in-all-the-wrong-places-why-todays-anxious-kids-practice-picky-eating-and-other-pointless-acts-of-defiance-by-anna-migeon/
This week’s blog by Deborah Dobbins can be read at this link: Daffodil Nature Walk with First Grade Students by Deborah Dobbins