A Classical Method By Anastasia Horner

Grammar, logic, and being able to teach others are core principles to classical homeschooling.

Classical education leads to critical thinking.

Children can learn critical thinking skills at a young age.

Kids can learn anywhere.

Parents are able to teach their kids critical thinking skills and spend time with their children through homeschooling.

By applying critical thinking skills, kids have a better knowledge of the world.

Classical homeschooling allows children to learn at a slower pace, this means being free to imagine and play instead of being in a classroom all day.

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