Games for Writing offers up more than fifty ways to help your children become skilled, confident, and enthusiastic writers.
Last year I was in a real quandary about what to do for writing with my boys. I don’t know about you, but this is one subject I really struggle to find a good fit for. Some programmes are just too intense, others not intense enough. Morgan, our eldest, has used Cover Story previously from Clear Water Press (CWP), and he’d really enjoyed his time
Writing is often a difficult subject for homeschool moms to teach. Thankfully, there are plenty of wonderful resources available today to make that job easier. The hard part will be narrowing down your choices! After using many different writing programs in our homeschool, we’ve finally found the one that works the best for us – the Writing & Rhetoric series from Classical Academic Press. Writing
Classical Academic Press is one of my favorite resources for quality homeschool curriculum (and you don’t have to follow the Classical method to use their products!). They offer materials and resources for the expected Classical subjects like Latin and Logic but also offer other programs for grammar, poetry, Bible study, foreign language, and one of our favorite series – the Writing & Rhetoric program. Like
Classical Academic Press is a fabulous resource for homeschoolers — and not just for those that follow the classical method! You’ll find wonderful programs for grammar, foreign languages, poetry, Bible study, and, of course, writing. We’ve tried a handful of writing programs (with varying success) but the one program that we always return to is the Writing & Rhetoric series from Classical Academic Press. We’ve
Do you teach logic in your homeschool? When we first began homeschooling I didn’t realize there was such a subject to teach but now it’s one of our favorite classes thanks to Classical Academic Press! Their course, The Art of Argument, is a wonderful introduction to logic – focused on teaching informal fallacies. Classical Academic Press ‘Classical Subjects Creatively Taught’ is the motto at Classical