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You have most likely HEARD of the “Charlotte Mason” method of education. But, do you know exactly what it means? From short lessons to habits, living books, narration, dictation, nature, art, music, and handicrafts, find out more about this fascinating methodology and how Home School in the Woods fits in!

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Living books are a key component of the history journey for many learners. They provide "pictures of life" and can be the perfect way to round out your history studies. Along with including living history book suggestions in many of our products, we've rounded up some of the top living history book options here.

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Sometimes it takes getting your hands dirty to really understand something, and nowhere is this concept truer than in the kitchen! These five recipes are designed to spice up your school with some historically accurate culinary finery of the highest order, from Johnny Cakes to Marengo Chicken, Wassail, and more.

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There are many different structures that have made their mark on history over time. One of the most famous is the remarkable structure known as Notre Dame de Paris or “Our Lady of Paris.” The extraordinary Catholic cathedral has remained a focal point in the midst of the City of Lights for nearly a thousand years.

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Newspapers. You’ve probably read one at some point in your life –– even if it was just to read the latest Peanuts comic strip! But what if we told you that by using the format of a newspaper, you could help your child better remember important topics within history?

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