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The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home (Fourth Edition)

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I, too, love The Well Trained Mind. I bought it when I was going to homeschool my oldest a few years ago. She ended up in public school for K and 1st grade, but we will be homeschooling “classical style” this fall. She will be 2dish and my younger daughter will be K.

I, too, love The Well Trained Mind. I bought it when I was going to homeschool my oldest a few years ago. She ended up in public school for K and 1st grade, but we will be homeschooling “classical style” this fall. She will be 2dish and my younger daughter will be K.

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    First Language Lessons for the Well Trained Mind CD Audio Companion for Levels 1 & 2
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This is the grammar course recommended by the Well Trained mind.

I am a newbie to homeschooling. We just finished up our k year with my oldest. I tried to piece together my own stuff for her and ended up with a ‘not so great’ year academically. I didn’t stress over it because its k, but I knew I had to do better for first grade. So I ordered A Well Trained Mind-and like you I read it in a few days. It sounded perfect for our family’s goals. It helped me develop that long term vision that I needed. I decided to go with all her suggestions (even though they may not all work out) and am excited to start our first grade year! I am still drawn to Sonlight (oh those catalogs!) and Charlotte Mason but I feel much more confident having TWTM as a guide. They obviously know what they are doing so why not use their wisdom? I loved this post! Can’t wait to hear more about your visit with Susan Wise Bauer and the convention!

I am a newbie to homeschooling. We just finished up our k year with my oldest. I tried to piece together my own stuff for her and ended up with a ‘not so great’ year academically. I didn’t stress over it because its k, but I knew I had to do better for first grade. So I ordered A Well Trained Mind-and like you I read it in a few days. It sounded perfect for our family’s goals. It helped me develop that long term vision that I needed. I decided to go with all her suggestions (even though they may not all work out) and am excited to start our first grade year! I am still drawn to Sonlight (oh those catalogs!) and Charlotte Mason but I feel much more confident having TWTM as a guide. They obviously know what they are doing so why not use their wisdom? I loved this post! Can’t wait to hear more about your visit with Susan Wise Bauer and the convention!