When Children Love to Learn: A Practical Application of Charlotte Mason's Philosophy for Today
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- For the Children's Sake: Foundations of Education for Home and School
- Know and Tell: The Art of Narration
- A Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on The Gentle Art of Learning(TM)
- Habits: The Mother's Secret to Success (Charlotte Mason Topics) (Volume 1)
- Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition
- A Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How-To Manual
- The Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte Mason
- Home Education (The Home Education Series) (Volume 1)
- Handbook of Nature Study
- The Outdoor Life of Children: The Importance of Nature Study and Outside Activities (Charlotte Mason Topics) (Volume 2)
They're hallmarks of childhood. The endless "why" questions. The desire to touch and taste everything. The curiosity and the observations.
It can't be denied-children have an inherent desire to know. Teachers and parents can either encourage this natural inquisitiveness or squelch it. There is joy in the classroom when children learn-not to take a test, not to get a grade, not to compete with each other, and not to please their parents or their teachers-but because they want to know about the world around them!
Both Christian educators and parents will find proven help in creating a positive learning atmosphere through methods pioneered by Charlotte Mason that show how to develop a child's natural love of learning. The professional educators, administrators, and Mason supporters contributing to this volume give useful applications that work in a variety of educational settings, from Christian schools to homeschools.
A practical follow-up to Crossway's For the Children's Sake, this book follows a tradition of giving serious thought to what education is, so that children will be learning for life and for everlasting life.