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A new podcast for homeschooling, Charlotte Mason moms.

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    • Onderwijs

A new podcast for homeschooling, Charlotte Mason moms.

    Habit Training In Real Life

    Habit Training In Real Life

    In this special podcast, we catch up on what habit training looks like in our homes right now. As it turns out, we are both seeing how habit training our children really starts with ourselves: we need to find the inspiration to cultivate discipline in our own lives in order to help our kids with their habits.
    Be sure to check out the Habit Training Workshop! We are hosting a live seminar and following up with four weeks of encouragement, accountability, and Q&As so that you can find your feed with habit training and start using it in your home. FInd out more at https://thinkinglove.education/habits.

    • 9 min.
    Happy Charlotte Mason Christmas

    Happy Charlotte Mason Christmas

    What is Christmas like in a Charlotte Mason home? How can we focus on Christ and not the excess? Amy and Leah address these questions in this episode of the Thinking Love Podcast. 

    • 35 min.
    The Holy Spirit Is the Divine Teacher

    The Holy Spirit Is the Divine Teacher

    In episode 13, Amy and Leah discuss Charlotte Mason's 20th principle. If everyone believed this one, it could transform or homeschools, and our relationships with others! 

    • 27 min.
    Charlotte Mason Reading Instruction

    Charlotte Mason Reading Instruction

    In our last episode, we discussed preparing the ground for reading. Now, Amy and Leah talk about reading instruction the Charlotte Mason way. Head to the show notes for a sample lesson. 

    • 27 min.
    Preparing the Ground: Reading Readiness

    Preparing the Ground: Reading Readiness

    We often assume that waiting for formal lessons until the age of six means that there is nothing to do to help our child prepare for reading. However, Charlotte Mason gave many suggestions for "preparing the ground for reading" in her first volume, Home Education.

    • 26 min.
    Calm, Confident, Authoritative Parenting

    Calm, Confident, Authoritative Parenting

    Are Charlotte Mason's views on authority outdated? Your hostesses at Thinking Love don't think so. The idea of being in authority over our children is Biblically based, and also supported by modern research.
    Charlotte Mason urged us to be authoritative parents because God put us in authority over our children. He didn't do this because we are amazing or capable, he did this because we are mothers and homeschoolers. 
    When we understand that we're under authority, out parenting changes. We no longer cave where we used to and we give up fighting some unnecessary battles. We find that current research says that children with a "firm but fair" disciplinarian thrive. 

    • 25 min.

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