This episode introduces you to Rabbit Trails Homeschool curriculum. If you have elementary-aged kiddos in your homeschool and you’d love to find a way to organize your studies around beautiful books, then you’ll want to check out Christine Zell’s Rabbit Trails curriculum. In this chat, we talk about how to teaching language arts, grammar, literature, and even science and history using beautiful books.
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Episode 118 of the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast introduces you to Rabbit Trails Homeschool. If you have elementary-aged kiddos in your homeschool and would love to find a way to organize your studies around beautiful books, then this episode is for YOU!
In this chat with Christine Zell, we talk about how to teach language arts, grammar, literature, and even history and science using beautiful books.
Rabbit Trails Homeschool Curriculum
Christine Zell is a homeschool mom to four and author of the Rabbit Trails curriculum.
Check out Rabbit Trails Homeschool Curriculum
You’ll get to know Christine in this episode, plus get a peek into her homeschooling style. Here are the other topics we chat about:
- How important is it to use beautiful books in your homeschool?
- What are the benefits of using real books instead of textbooks?
- Do you have to be full Charlotte Mason purists to embrace this homeschool style?
- How do you teach “dry” topics like grammar while using literature?
- Why did you create Rabbit Trails literature curriculum? How does it work?