Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Trivium Tuesdays-Classical Link-Up #65

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Welcome to another week of Trivium Tuesdays!  For those of you who are new here today, this is a link-up aimed at encouraging and informing other homeschoolers who use the Classical model of teaching.  Here we can share with each other and learn from one another.

I've been mulling over in my head how to make the All Things Classical index more useable, and I just couldn't figure out a way that would be really helpful.  Then it hit me that I should really just move the whole thing over to Pinterest.  My boards could really use some TLC anyways, so I guess now is the time.  I am going to have lots of classical specific boards so that you can search for what what you need.  It is going to take some time to go back through all your old posts, but slowly I will get it done =)

What that means for this week is that I haven't had the time to go through and read each of your posts from last week.  I promise I will at some point in the near future, but for this week I am just going to feature the most clicked-on posts from last week.  Of course there had to be a 3-way tie for 2nd place, so here are your top 4 posts from last week!


Featured Posts



The Crafty Homeschool Mama shares with us her 2013-2014 Curriculum Choices and Recommendations



Classical Conversations at Home shares with us How to Teach Your Child Math with the Classical Method


Home Sweet Homeschool shares some Affordable Art Prints (but I'm not getting her blog to come up right now...anyone else having that issue?)



Half a Hundred Acre Wood shares with us what their Classical Notebook looks like, including a bunch of {free} printables!


Thanks for all the great posts last week, friends!


 

This Week's Link-Up


Here are the rules:
  • Your post must have to do (in some way) with classical homeschooling (any age children).
  • Your post may be from your archives as long as you only post it one time on this link-up.
  • Please link to your direct post, not your blog in general.
  • Please place my Trivium Tuesdays button (found on my right sidebar) on your blog post so others can learn about this link-up!
  • It may be helpful to state in your link description what stage of the trivium or what subject your post is about, if applicable, so others can easily find posts they are interested in looking at.
  • Remember, everyone loves comments =) So don't be shy, and tell someone if you liked their post!

I reserve the right to remove any link-up that does not have to do with classical homeschooling.         If you are a regular here at Trivium Tuesdays and have something to share that is a little off topic, but still would be an encouragement to the readers here, please still share it =)  I'm referring to people who are just trying to get their blog more exposure without following the rules above.

I will visit each of your blogs this week and feature my favorite link-up for all to see next week!  Also, if your blog has a button I will place it on my sidebar (under Friends to Visit) for the week until it is replaced by the next week's favorite =)

6 comments:

  1. Oh, so funny, Amy! Here I was wondering if this post would be suitable for Trivium Tuesdays, and your post is all about Pinterest too! LOL

    Here's the info I would have needed a few months ago to be able to understand what to do with the homeschool Pinterest boards you are working on.

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  2. I hope my Honey for a Child's Heart is alright for this linky party. I am a former teacher at a Classical Christian School who plans to homeschool my daughter with CCE. She's only one right now, so our activities aren't technically "classical" but they include lots of reading and hands on activities! I've really enjoyed reading (and pinning!) many of these posts for the future.

    I apologize if this post doesn't meet your requirements - it is not my intention! Thanks! :)

    http://teacherturnedmomma.blogspot.com/

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    1. Alicia, it's very nice to meet you! I definitely believe that classical education can begin with young children. I would call it "preparing" for a classical education. I think your post was wonderful. Thanks for linking up!

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  3. I deleted my blog. I just don't have time to try and build a blog and blog readership. I tried to come back and delete my post, but I couldn't. Sorry about that!

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    1. Oh! I guess that was just bad timing then =) No problem! I completely understand about blogging taking up a lot of precious time and having to decide what is best for you and your family.

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