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Education is at Atmosphere

January 5, 2012

“Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life” Charlotte Mason

We’re now in our fourth year of home educating and loving every minute; whether we’re studying a map on the dining room table, snuggled up reading a book on the sofa or touring round a local castle site we are learning the fullness of what the wise Miss Mason said; education truly is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life!

After years of deliberation and figuring out how we could make this happen this year we have been blessed with a learning space in our back yard in the shape of this beautiful wooden cabin. We tore down our old concrete garage (storage/junk room!!) and had this usable, all year round room built to bless our family – and we are SO blessed with it!

There are still a few bits to do on the outside as well as to turn our back yard back into a yard rather than a mini building site but the inside is up and running like a dream! I’m slowly transferring resources, books and equipment from the house to the ‘cabin’ as well as organising and sorting (that’s the fun bit hey?!) but lessons in the cabin have commenced!


I will show more photo’s as the final project is complete and the back of our house is photographable again but thought you’d like to see these for starters!

Right, back to making labels for boxes (for Sienna-Raine to pull off!!)

Many blessings from our house to yours
Leah

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  1. January 5, 2012 9:21 pm

    That looks great. I'm sure many happpy hours will be spent in the cabin!Kirsty

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