Welcome to the very first episode of Your Morning Basket: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty for Your Homeschool Day!
Have you heard about the practice of Homeschool Morning Time but just had a problem wrapping your brain around what the practice is? Do you DO Morning Time but wonder where the idea got started? Or are you a person like I am who could just listen to Cindy Rollins share her wisdom all day long?
If you are any of those people then you are going to love the first episode of Your Morning Basket. Cindy and I chat about how she started the practice of Morning Time in her home twenty-seven years ago, what the practice looked like on a day-to-day basis, and how it bore fruit in her children. I hope you enjoy!
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Today’s Basket Bonus is a set of study questions for Susan Schaeffer Macauley’s book For the Children’s Sake. Cindy said this book was pivotal in forming her educational philosophy which birthed the practice of Morning Time.
You can use the questions to do a self-study of the book or with a book club or group of fellow homeschool moms. Enter your information to gain access to the Basket Bonus library.
Links and resources from today’s show:
- For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macauley
- Ambleside Online
- Charlotte Mason’s 20 Principles
- The Long Haul: On Morning Time
- 31 Days to Morning Time
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