Habits: we all have them, for better or for worse. As mothers, we want to endow our children with habits that will help them, and not hinder them throughout their lives. But helping our children develop the right habits is not a task for the faint of heart. It is no surprise that we find ourselves discouraged and disappointed.
That's why we've developed a Habit Training workshop: to provide the framework, the accountability, and the encouragement needed to gain traction with habit training.
You have clarified & simplified Charlotte Mason's focus on habit training through this course! You have synthesized all the information into a very understandable, practical and doable method for parents!
I thoroughly appreciate both of you for offering your time and insight to help others who wish to implement Miss Mason's lofty goals. You let us know those goals are reachable and can be approached in a more simple manner than one might think.
We, as mothers, are constantly changing and growing. We keep learning, just as our children do. There are hundreds of variables that effect our daily lives, and variables change. You change. Keep learning, and keep trying.
You don't need to be perfect to habit train your child or children. Developing positive habits together, as a family, allows your children to learn that adults keep growing, too, and that what you're working on is worthy.
It can be overwhelming. especially if you are without a plan. Amy and Leah actively study and practice the educational philosophy of Charlotte Mason and have learned the most important aspects of habit training, as well as how to help you implement them.
The What and Why of Habit Training
The How of Habit Training
Habits for Moms
12 Noon MST
Habits for Kids
Each session includes a live talk and time to complete your workbook, so you will finish the seminar with a plan in hand.
No! While Amy and Leah are homeschooling moms, these principles can be put into practice in any family. Even Charlotte Mason, the educational philosopher who advocated for habit training as a tool of education, appreciated that not all children would be educated at home or in one of her schools.
Absolutely. Habit training is based on principles that are flexible and adaptable to your own circumstances, including the ages of your children. The seminar will help you to put the principles into practice in a way that makes sense for you.
Yes, the replays will be available shortly after the seminar and replay links will be emailed to you.
Hi! We're Amy and Leah, the voices behind the Thinking Love podcast! We are both homeschooling moms with huge hearts for bringing the Charlotte Mason method to life in our homes, and for helping others do the same. Between us, we have over twelve years of experience in reading and following the Charlotte Mason way with our young families. We share about this regularly on our podcast and our personal blogs. You can find links to where we discuss habit training below.