Jewish Cultural History

JEWISH CULTURAL HISTORY (Part II) with Amy Bodkin, EdS What if we had the opportunity to explore the beauty and rich history of minority cultures? And what if we had the opportunity to learn from someone who is part of that minority group but is also fluent in the majority culture? That is exactly what this class will offer! Whether you are a non-Jewish family looking to expand your knowledge of the beauty to be found in Jewish history or aRead More →

Leatherworking - Charlotte Mason Handicrafts

INTRODUCTION TO LEATHERWORKING with Amy Bodkin, EdS From Amy: My favorite part of teaching handicrafts is helping children develop a relationship with different kinds of materials and techniques so they can use their creativity to come up with their own unique projects! Children are ready for different skills at different times. Therefore, I will provide a wide range of options so that the entire family can participate in developing a relationship with leather and how we can work with it usingRead More →

Jewish Cultural History

JEWISH CULTURAL HISTORY with Amy Bodkin, EdS What if we had the opportunity to explore the beauty and rich history of minority cultures? And what if we had the opportunity to learn from someone who is part of that minority group but is also fluent in the majority culture? That is exactly what this class will offer! Whether you are a non-Jewish family looking to expand your knowledge of the beauty to be found in Jewish history or a Jewish familyRead More →

Free Charlotte Mason Study 20 Principles

Finding “Your Way”with Charlotte Mason’s 20 PrinciplesFree Online Coursewith Study Guide and Videos Welcome to Finding Your Way with Charlotte Mason’s 20 Principles. This free Course will walk you through each educational principle established by Charlotte Mason. At A Charlotte Mason Plenary, we aim to make learning Charlotte Mason’s philosophy of education as easy as possible so that families may benefit from this method of education. Charlotte’s educational philosophy is a method, not a system, and is highly adaptable toRead More →