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Education as Enchantment: Tolkien’s Essay “On Fairy-Stories”

The opinions in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Classical Conversations and its leadership, staff, or communities. We are glad to provide a platform for discussion of ideas about classical Christian education in K...
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Why Do We Learn to Read Latin?

by Roman Roads
Monday, 03 July, 2017
categories: Articles, Classical Christian Education
Latin is the ancient language originally used in the central region of Italy once called Latium, where Rome is located. As Rome’s empire grew to include most of Europe and vast portions of Asia and Africa, the Romans’ native tongue, Latin, gradually became the official...
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What Is Needed?

Recently my husband and I had the opportunity to help one of our adult children. Because of some honest mistakes, followed by a few poor choices, our daughter was faced with an unexpected expense that she could not handle alone. As we were discussing what we could do...
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Staff Picks: Favorite Christmas Read-Alouds

Most of us have wrapped up community days and are turning our hearts toward Advent. It's a perfect time to cuddle around the fire as a family and share hot chocolate and good books. Here at Classical Conversations, we have compiled a few staff favorites for kids of all...
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Staff Picks for Reading Aloud

This year, we will start the year by talking about the benefits of reading aloud as a family. In preparation for these conversations, we wanted to share some Classical Conversations staff favorites. Favorite Read-Alouds: Shorter Stories: read before nap time; as a...
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