Welcome to The Classical Homeschool Podcast. At the Classical Homeschool Podcast, our heart is to take on the work of wrestling through the, sometimes difficult and philosophical, ideas presented throughout the classical education movement and bring them down to earth, specifically and practically for the classical homeschooling mom.
In this episode, we explore the liberal art of Grammar. We explore how memory, naming, and reading are interwoven into this liberal art. We prepared a worksheet for you to print out, download, and read over that will hopefully bless you on your journey through classical education.
“Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” 1 Thessalonians 5:23 ESV
Resources Mentioned in Today’s Episode
Book: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Book: Beauty in the Word by Stratford Caldecott
Book: Out of the Silent Planet by C. S. Lewis
Podcast: Why and How Memory Cultivates Virtue
Book: On the Incarnation by Saint Athanasius
Program: Squilt Music Appreciation
Book: The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Christian Classical Education by Kevin Clark and Ravi Scott Jain
Book: How to Read a Book By Mortimer Adler
Program: Primary Arts of Language by IEW
Podcast: Read Aloud Revival
Book: Harvey’s English Grammar
Book: First Language Lessons
Book: Blue Book of Grammar
Program: Well Ordered Language
Program: Song School Latin
Book list: Ambleside Online
Blog Post: Liturgy, Liberal Arts, and the Whole Man :: An Introduction by Between the Linens
Blog Post: Contemplating the Liberal Arts Grammar by Expanding Wisdom
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