Getting Started

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You might want to teach your children at home. What should you do?

First, what is home schooling?

Second, is it legal? And do I need to join some sort of organization to protect myself?

Third, how do I know what subjects to study?

Fourth, how do I teach them?

And finally, what will a real home school day actually look like?


Other questions…

What is classical education?

What about teaching reading?

Why is history so important?

Can I do classical education with multiple children?

How do I start “in the middle” with an older child?

Is classical education fun?

Do I have to follow the schedules in your book?

What if my child won’t do her work?

How does classical education compare to unit studies and Charlotte Mason education?

And more…

Every classical educator has a Great Books list; read ours!

We have lots of other favorite books; see the list!

Guidance in reading and writing.

Ten tips from homeschooling moms of four or more.

Some questions homeschoolers ask.

Why our model of classical education may look different.