American Literature – Audio Book List

Would your kids rather listen to books than read them? My oldest child is like that. At first I really struggled with the idea that I wanted him to READ the books rather than just Read More …

Challenge A – Canada Maps

Revised & Re-posted…. The first Geography adventure for Challenge A is to learn the geography of Canada.  You would think that we Americans would know about our neighbors to the north, but I was surprised Read More …

FREE: History Through Art & Music

Art & Music History Study In Challenge 2 (at Classical Conversations) the students begin a journey of learning history through the eyes of the artists and composers of the past.  It’s an amazing way of Read More …

It’s Here….Student Planners Now Available!

It’s Here….AGAIN! After lots of hard work and a crazy few weeks, our amazing Student & Parent Planners are finally here!  I have been so excited to get these planners finished for you all! This time of Read More …

How To Prepare for Challenge

A while back I did a post about how to set up student notebook for Challenge A.  With the school year around the corner, I thought I’d give some more information now that we’ve been Read More …

UPDATE: More Planners

UPDATE: as of the 2016-2017 school year the planners have changed names and covers!  You can check out the more recent post about the newest planners here. Are you in the planning mode? I’ve had Read More …

JUST IN: More Student Planners

There has been a huge demand for the Student Planners I made a few weeks ago!  Thank you so much for getting the word out.  Based on the feedback, I’m working on even more planners Read More …

Challenge A – Week 1 Survival

Well, we just completed our first week (ever) of Challenge A. I am so excited I can barely contain myself. Six years ago, when I learned about Classical Conversations, it was the Challenge program that Read More …

HELP: Challenge A Student Notebook

I’ve been in CC a long time and believe me, if you need some ideas for Foundations or Essentials all you have to do is Google it!  Between what’s out on the websites, blogs, and Read More …