The Core: Schedules and Resources for Classical Education
I have a binder.
It’s my CC (Classical Conversations) binder. From Target. It’s fun. It makes me happy.
I really need to do a whole blog post on how I am going to use it.
Most importantly, it contains my schedule. Said schedule came from Half-A-Hundred Acre Wood.
I work from home, though. I wake up early in the morning to complete the tasks for my “second job.” Around 8 AM my first
job priorities awaken.
The Single and Working Parent Chapter
In Leigh Bortins, eleventh chapter of The Core, she shares how single and working parents can fit a classical education into their child’s life, including ideas for the child who attends a classroom during the day.
When Do You Do School?
My goal this year is to have our school completed by lunchtime or shortly after. When do you do school?
And I’m curious, if you work full time, how do you make your home a classical-minded environment?