I have too many tabs and not enough time, and I thought I’d share. This is a bizarrely eclectic series of links, a look into the kaleidoscope that is my brain:
http://www.scripturebox.com/: this would duplicate our memory box, which is a stack of index cards organized by days, but the Cherub keeps dumping the box out and I have to arrange them over and over. With this program, I’m only limited by whether or not the power’s on.
http://www.peterkreeft.com/audio/16_cslewis-till-we-have-faces.htm Peter Kreeft is just amazing. In addition to waiting to listen to this audio, I have his book Socrates Meets Jesus: History’s Greatest Questioner Confronts the Claims of Christ on my bedside waiting for me to read it. Unfortunately, I have about 30 books on my bedside waiting for the same thing, and that is no exaggeration. It may even be an underestimate.
http://online.missouri.edu/exec/data/courses/2344/public/lesson01/lesson01.aspx This is a grammar lesson for Wheelock’s Latin- I’m not going to do Latin with my youngest two, but recently when the oldest of those two was struggling with a grammar concept, I remembered that there is a great online site that does some review of English grammar for college students who are studying with Wheelock’s but who did not get a thorough grammar foundation in high school. Um, this is not that site, I couldn’t find it, but we are going through the first few lessons together anyway because it does help.
http://www.lavc.edu/library/outline.htm How to write an outline
http://www.ovenloveblog.com/coconut-banana-bread-gaps-paleo-grain-free/– yummy looking paleo coconut banana bread recipe I want to try.
“Digital Dementia– how the internet is making us cognitively similar to those who have suffered brain injuries.
Nicholas Carr gives a 50 minutes talk on his book The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains, yes, I see the irony.
https://childlightusa.wordpress.com/2011/08/28/charlotte-mason-undercover-an-attempt-to-implement-mason%E2%80%99s-ideas-in-a-traditional-homeschool-co-op-setting-by-jeannette-tulis/– Ideas on starting a CM co-op from a traditional homeschool co-op. We’ve done a CM co-op before, but only with other CM homeschoolers who were also using amblesideononline.
http://deweystreehouse.blogspot.ca/2010/09/dont-talk-over-music.html– ‘Composer’ study the CM way- don’t talk over the music. Listen.