Posted on September 16, 2012 by kamrg
Have you ever wanted to learn more about Charlotte Mason methods and how to use them in a practical manner in your homeschool? Have you been attracted to the idea of unit studies, but don’t know how to get started planning your own unit study around a topic of your choosing? Do you like the idea of following a unit study, but wish to combine Charlotte Mason methods like using “living books”, “narration”, “dictation”, and “copywork”? This training will help you accomplish all of this!
Here’s what you get in the Audio Seminar Set! 3 Workshops in 1!
- 10 MP3 Audio files (approximately 30 minutes each)
- Handouts and Notes to accompany each workshop session
- Sample and Blank Unit Study Brainstorming sheets, Subject Area and Goal Planning sheets, and Lesson Planning forms
- Powerpoint slide shows to accompany workshop sessions to highlight the main points discussed in each session.
Take a look at our Slideshow overview of our new Audio Seminar set!
You Can Make Your Own Unit Study Using Charlotte Mason Methods Course Overview Session 1
You can make your purchase at Currclick here: You Can Make Your Own Unit Study Using Charlotte Mason Methods Audio Seminar Workshop Set
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Posted on November 23, 2011 by kamrg
Happy Thanksgiving! I want to thank you for your support these past couple of years – your visits to my blog, your comments of encouragement, and your purchases of my products! Thank you and I hope you all have a blessed Thanksgiving with your friends and family!
All of our ebooks are now 50% off now through Sunday night! Please take a look at our ebooks priced from $1.00 – $7.48, normally priced at $1.99 – $14.95! The lowest prices ever!
Look on the right side of our web page at the list of all available ebooks and click on the ebook you wish to learn more about. This will take you to a description and a shopping cart button if you wish to purchase that title!
“O come, let us sing unto the LORD: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation. Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto him with psalms.
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Posted on June 15, 2011 by kamrg
Looking for some fun and interesting things to do this summer? Katie’s Homeschool Cottage is participating in a BIG BLOWOUT Summer Sale with Currclick at 40% off already low prices! You can purchase your titles here or at Currclick.
We have the following titles for sale:
Insects: A Unit Study using the Charlotte Mason Method and More for only$5.97, originally $9.95
Summer Nature Study and More for only $3.90, originally $6.50
Nature Study, Nature Journals, and Poetry Through the Year for only $8.97, originally $14.95
To purchase these items from my website, click on the corresponding picture and link in the Right Side Bar to receive these discount prices and receive a link for an automatic download.
To purchase my titles or other titles from other publishers at Currclick, click here to see the list of items available at these low prices and get the discounted prices!
Currclick Back to the Beach Sale
Make sure you look for the 8 Hidden Sea Creature pictures to receive your freebies and check out the Currclick Facebook page for hints as to their locations!
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