Math Facts and More
Discover fun and creative ways to practice math facts. Learn how incorporating manipulatives, hands-on learning, math language, and math literature can enhance your student’s understanding of math concepts. This workshop is based upon Charlotte Mason and Louis Benezet’s philosophies and methods.
Is Your Preschool-Aged Child a Mathematician?
Yes! A mathematician is a student of mathematics. We are all mathematicians studying at different levels. Learn how to build a strong foundation of mathematical thinking in a developmentally appropriate manner. Includes practical suggestions of games and activities to help your child learn mathematical concepts in a fun way. This workshop is based upon Charlotte Mason, Louis Benezet, and Jane Healy’s philosophies and methods.
A Panoramic View of Geography
Learn to teach geography in a way that will furnish your child’s mind with ideas and his imagination with pictures without overwhelming your schedule. Learn what to do on a geography walk and how to incorporate map work, current events, and living books into your geography studies. This workshop is based upon Charlotte Mason’s philosophy and methods.
Parenting and Discipleship Topics
Create an Atmosphere Where Children Thrive
Even though there is no guaranteed step-by-step guide or formula for raising children, there are key elements that will help you create an atmosphere where your children can thrive. Learn how to create more margin in your weekly schedule in order to foster curiosity and creativity. Discover how to get your children excited about learning and encourage them to take responsibility for their own education. Learn how to create a relaxed, inviting, and forgiving atmosphere where learning happens naturally.