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BEST HALLOWEEN CHILDREN’S BOOKS

BEST HALLOWEEN CHILDREN’S BOOKS

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Library Haul – 1

Library Haul – 1

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Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 10–12

Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 10–12

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Here are my favorite high school history books for Early Modern times. I’m Sonya Shafer with Simply Charlotte Mason. I remember my high school history books. They were nothing like these beauties! My history textbooks were full of summaries and facts. These are full of ideas and people and fascinating narratives that make the events […]

browse with me | picture books haul + (children’s) storytime songs

browse with me | picture books haul + (children’s) storytime songs

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Hello everyone, welcome to “find me time”. Join me today as I plan our first storytime Using books, Songs, And also a quick tactic I’ve learned on how to manage sticker chaos I’ll typically start off all storytimes with bubbles. I find this is particularly rewarding for our earlycomers and also just fills in the […]

3 Reasons to Study Latin (for Normal People, Not Language Geeks)

3 Reasons to Study Latin (for Normal People, Not Language Geeks)

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Aaand action! Latin – it’s the language of science, medicine, the legal profession… These reasons just feel kind of tired to me. Well, the same reasons that everybody else uses. Yeah, they are. Can i actually just take the camera with me look, I could tell you that studying latin will set you up to […]

Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 7–9

Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 7–9

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Some of my favorite books for middle schoolers who are studying the Early Modern times. Welcome to the Simply Charlotte Mason podcast. I’m Sonya Shafer. I love being surrounded by great books! My father recently made me two more bookcases, so I’ve been happily reshuffling and reorganizing my collection of history and literature books. That’s […]

How to use Flash Cards | How to Study | Flashcards Study Tips

How to use Flash Cards | How to Study | Flashcards Study Tips

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Hello my Socratica friends! We’re here to help you be a great student. Today we’re going to show you how to use flashcards. You can use this method when you have to memorize a lot of facts, fast. It’s great for vocabulary terms, especially if you’re learning a second language… or for dates and other […]

Improve Your Vocabulary | Study Tips | Grow your Vocabulary

Improve Your Vocabulary | Study Tips | Grow your Vocabulary

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Hello my Socratica friends! We’re here to help you be a great student. Today we’re going to talk about how to improve your vocabulary. Building your vocabulary is essential if you want to communicate your ideas effectively. It will help you write better papers, do better on tests, and even improve your thinking overall. If […]

Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 4–6

Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 4–6

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Here are some favorite early modern history books for your fourth through sixth graders. The Early Modern time period includes many fascinating people and events. And what better way to study them than through living books—books that make them come alive in your child’s mind; books that touch their emotions and fire their imaginations; books […]

How to Study for a Test – Study Tips – Test Prep

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Hello My Socratica Friends! We’re here to help you be a GREAT student. So I hear you have a test coming up? Today, we’ll talk about how to study for that test. I know you might be feeling overwhelmed, but it’s not something to panic about. The key is to study what you DON’T KNOW. […]