Description & Samples —Teacher’s Notes

The Teacher’s Notes guide the instructor through the vast scope of the Living Geography Book I text. It provides a reading schedule for the book and applicable learning extensions. Using the Teacher’s Notes, the teacher will enjoy the ease of bringing students complete, engaging lessons. The Teacher’s Notes were created to be an open-and-go resource for the teacher. Arranged in a list format, the teacher … Continue reading Description & Samples —Teacher’s Notes

Memorization? Yes! a CM Educator Can Embrace it!

In reaction to the educational philosophy which centers around children learning facts and information and the superficial nature of this supposed learning, CM educators may flounder knowing if or how memory work fits into a CM Life. Although we shun memory facts for a test, and memory for spouting off as if participating in an educational production, there is a place for memorization in a … Continue reading Memorization? Yes! a CM Educator Can Embrace it!

Description and Samples —Living Geography Book I

Living Geography Book I brings a unique approach to the elementary study of geography using a student’s own observation and experience. By avoiding rote facts and dull information, it opens the door to the reader’s thoughts and imagination on our world, its place and motion in the universe, measurement and maps, land forms and oceans, and the governing systems of countries. This text is an … Continue reading Description and Samples —Living Geography Book I

Bible Memorization and the Child

            So does random Bible verse memorization fit into a CM Education? I think it does, because the mind food we are feeding them is Living Food. This is not just man’s history, discoveries, and facts born from and relegated to this earth. It comes from a plane above the earthly realm, rising from our Creator. That qualifies it to be put into our minds … Continue reading Bible Memorization and the Child

It Happens Every Day

  “A Basis of Facts.—Of the teaching of Natural Philosophy, I will only remind the reader of what was said in an earlier chapter—that there is no part of a child’s education more important than that he should lay, by his own observation, a wide basis of facts towards scientific knowledge in the future. He must live hours daily in the open air, and, as … Continue reading It Happens Every Day