Tuesday, July 24, 2012



This is an index of posts (from Living and Learning at Home and also other blogs) that have to do with Classical homeschooling.  These are posts that have been linked up to Trivium Tuesdays here at Living and Learning at home.  If you have a post that you would like to have included in this list, just link-up to the next Trivium Tuesdays and I will add your post!

This list is broken down by stage (Grammar, Dialectic, and Rhetoric) and then by subject.  This way it will be easy to find ideas, inspiration, encouragement, etc. on just the topic you need!  It will be an ever-growing list, so check back often!
 
If one (or more!) of your blog posts has been listed, feel free to grab this button to place in your post, or anywhere on your blog.


Living and Learning at Home

 

The posts on this page are being moved over to Pinterest.  Please see the new All Things Classical - On Pinterest page to find the posts that have already been moved over!



Weekly Wrap-Ups and Lesson Plans:

All Ages:



Grammar Stage:


History -
Geography - 

Science/Nature -
Latin (and other languages)-

Dialectic Stage:


General - 
Science -
Literature -
History - 
Logic - 


Physical Education -

Rhetoric Stage:


General -

History -
Geography -
Literature -
Writing - 

Science - 
Math -
 Latin -
Economics -

**** If I have included one of your posts in this list, but you would rather it not be here, please let me know and I will remove it immediately!

Also, if you think that your post should be categorized differently, let me know and I'll change it! ****

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6 comments:

  1. That stinks that the page isn't working. It IS really such a valuable resource. I wonder what happened!

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    1. Hopefully it will just work here as a post...the button on the side will link to this now. I'll have to check from time to time to see if the original page magically reappears!

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  2. Wow! This is great. I'm just learning about homeschooling and I am currently focused on Montessori, but I love this summary. I've got lots of research to do and this is so helpful. Thank you for putting this together. I'm sure this was a TON of work. Thanks again!
    Monica
    http://happyandblessedhome.com

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    1. Thank you! One of these days I'm going to re-format this list so that it is more user friendly (sorting and such), but it is a pretty daunting task, so I keep procrastinating =)

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  3. ohmyword, Girlfriend! This is an amazing resource! LOVE it- I'll be sharing it, if you don't mind!

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    1. Thanks! I'm slowly transferring it over to Pinterest boards since it is getting so long here. Hopefully over there it will be easier for everyone to find what they are looking for!

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