So far in this series, we’ve studied several fairly well-known painters, ranging from Michelangelo to Monet. We’ve studied everything from the Northern and Italian Renaissance to Post-Impressionism. This week, we’re going to delve further into the 20th century, starting with modern art and cubism. *Affiliate links may be present on this page. Please see the disclosure for details. There are… Read More
Classical Homeschooling does tend to be fairly rigorous, and in a way, it’s supposed to be. However, that doesn’t mean it has to be difficult. There is a learning curve for those of us who didn’t grow up with a classical education, but that part of it is actually kind of fun: you get to learn right along with your child, building your skills as you help them build theirs. It does take a level of commitment, though…it’s a lot more difficult to turn to a teacher’s manual for the answers. That’s not a bad thing, but it is something to be aware of.
That said, let’s dig into Classical!