Master Books Editions of Math Lessons for a Living Education

“Math doesn’t have to be dry or boring! Join the adventures of twins Charlie and Charlotte as they master important math concepts while they experience fun as well as challenges in their daily lives! This engaging math series encourages critical thinking skills and helps students learn not only the right answers, but also helps them to understand the vital steps in the process and how many concepts build upon one another!”

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Updated edition available tomorrow!

This week I am updating the World Literature volume in my Journal Your Thoughts Written Narration Course! I am editing, adding a poetry unit, and redesigning the cover. Look for this new edition on Amazon tomorrow!

About the Journal Your Thoughts Written Narration Course…

If you would like to employ the Charlotte Mason approach of written narration with your high schooler, you are going to love the Journal Your Thoughts Written Narration Course. The high school level journals are centered around 6-8 classic literature selections and a poetry anthology. Your student will be guided through reading assignments, vocabulary skills, written narration, and a final literary analysis for each literature selection. Your student will learn literary analysis, grow their vocabulary, and increase their writing skills. I recommend this journal for 9th – 10th graders or any high schoolers, who have not studied these literature selections.

the joy of choice

“Are you taking PSEO classes – you know you don’t want to miss out on FREE college! What are your plans? Where are you going to go to college? What are you going to do with the rest of your life? What? You don’t know? Oh well, you can have the year after you graduate to figure it all out.” I can feel her angst – the barrage of questions stripping her of her usual mature composure.

I want to stuff a sock in the questioning mouth. Instead I wink at her and bite my tongue…besides, they’re well meaning, I remind myself.

“It’s okay, kiddo,” I send the message with my eyes. “You don’t have to know exactly what you want to do for the rest of your life right this moment. You were just 10 years old, 7 short years ago. You’ve only been legally old enough to drive for a few short months. You’re still accountable to your dad and me. You can’t even sign any kind of binding legal agreement without us signing, too. It’s okay if you’re not ready to adult full-time yet. It will come – don’t rush it.”

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