Using a morning basket can simplify your homeschool, whilst at the same time adding an abundance of riches to your children’s education.
Morning baskets, filled with living books, add depth and meaning to your homeschool days in a way that is easy for you to implement. There are no faddish curriculum or clever gimmicks here! Just a basket filled with beautiful books to nourish your children.
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Morning Basket in your Homeschool
In episode number 13 of the Raising Mums podcast, I explain:
- What is a Morning Basket?
- Why is it such an effective teaching method?
- How do we use the morning basket?
- What shall I put in mine?
- How can a morning basket simplify our homeschool?
To find out more, WATCH THIS VIDEO!
Raising Mums Podcast – Listen to these LIVE broadcasts when you’re on the go!
Run Your Home Like a BOSS! – Time Management For Mums
Quran (English Translation) – Read just a few ayah each day.
Primary Language Lessons – Used for poetry memorisation and English curriculum.
All the Silver Pennies – Collection of Children’s Poetry
Robin Hood – Our favourite book this year! For children aged 7+. (Disclaimer. Some scenes mention drinking and mild romance)
Little House – Wonderful picture book for all the family.
Read Aloud Revival – Book lists galore!
Ambleside Online – Extensive lists of living books, free Charlotte Mason homeschool curriculum, teacher resources.
I’ll be back again next Sunday, 5th January, at 10am GMT, LIVE on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM, talking about:
Encouraging the Reluctant Reader!
I hope I’ll see you all there!
Thanks for stopping by.
Peace and Love,