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Who Was Harriet Beecher Stowe? Now available on Audio!

Who Was Harriet Beecher Stowe?  – Harriet Beecher Stowe was many things – but the word amazing is the first image that comes to my mind when I think of  her and all that she accomplished and stood for. 187 more words

News

Red Demons

The sky changed colours. From the blemished blue to the overwhelming orange. A clutter of birds sprawled over Ben’s house, as he, perched on the parapet of the roof, looked up. 427 more words

Story

My Charlotte Mason Education 4: Narrations

If you ask me what the most important thing is in a Charlotte Mason education I’d have to say narration.

Narration, like The Golden Rule, is simple to describe but difficult to implement. 1,140 more words

Charlotte Mason Relations

The Importance of Negative Space in Audio Content

The other day, we talked about negative space in print and digital text and our need for visual breaks in order to process what we’re looking at. 370 more words

Teaching

Darkness Rising Overview & Updates

Hullo and happy Wednesday everyone!

I have been a little slow on updates of late, and for that, I apologize. I am going to make a concerted effort to update this website two to three times a week. 796 more words

Existence

Juvenal

Caitlyn’s presentation on the Roman satirist, Juvenal. (Click on the title)

Juvenal

2015-16

Greek Gods in Cat Form

Caitlyn’s interpretation of what the Greek gods would be like as cats. (Click on the title)

Greek gods cat form

2015-16