"But here we are brought to a stand; the mind demands method, orderly presentation, as inevitably as it demands knowledge; and it may be that our educational misadventures are due to the fact that we have allowed ourselves to take up any haphazard ordering that is recommended with sufficient pertinacity....

In the first place, there is a time-table, written out fairly, so that the child knows what he has to do and how long each lesson is to last. The idea of definite work to be finished in a given time is valuable to the child, not only as training him in habits of order, but in diligence; he learns that one time is not 'as good as another'; that there is no right time left for what is not done in its own time; and this knowledge alone does a great deal to secure the child's attention to his work."  Charlotte Mason

Ten Habits of a Happy Homeschool

For the Imperfect Folks

Our School Day:
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

The Daily Checklist

Friday Group Time

Grace Week

Book Shelf Organization

Twelve Year Curriculum Plan

CM Style Progress Report Card

Character Report Card

Organizational Tools for Grades K-6

Organizational Tools for Grades 7-12