By Belinda Bullard We attend a predominately African-American church in the city–a large church located in the middle of the “hood,” a church with an eye for social justice and community uplift. Celebrating the contributions of people who look like us is a regular, integral portion of our time together. Yet as I grow older, I realize how easy it is to take an opportunity such as we have for granted. On last Sunday morning, as one example, I watched as a group of beautifully melanated praise dancers performed… Read more Black History Needs More Than a Month →
5 Easy, Fun and Mostly Free Ways to Do Charlotte Mason Summer School (and Get a Jump Start on Next Year)
In the United States, summer school is a bit of an oxymoron. Summer, of course, is for play, and parties, and long hours out of doors. School, as we generally… Read more 5 Easy, Fun and Mostly Free Ways to Do Charlotte Mason Summer School (and Get a Jump Start on Next Year) →
Perhaps your child does not sit still easily, or prefers inquiring to rote acceptance. Does your child show a particular passion for something outside the mainstream, or exercise a skill level that is “above” his or her peers? If so, I have good news for you.
Are you considering switching to a Charlotte Mason-style school, but not sure if it’s a good fit? Well, spring is the perfect time to address those restless days your kids… Read more 3 Free (and Easy) Ways to Try Out Charlotte Mason Schooling →