Saturday, September 19, 2015

Mother Culture: A Charlotte Mason Support Group in Bradford, Ontario *Note date change!*

** Please note the date changes below.  Thank you all for your kind words and support as our family has struggled to find health this fall.  We are pleased to report that hubby is now recovering at home after a week long hospital stay. **

I am so excited to start a new year of Charlotte Mason Support Group!  As many of you know I host this little book club for very selfish reasons as I am so energized and encouraged by the visits of like-minded mamas every 5-6 week.  You give me a boost that helps me to imagine I might survive this crazy game for a few more weeks. 

If you have never visited, please feel welcome to come and join us.  This is a meeting for home educating parents interested in or practicing the Charlotte Mason philosophy.  Babes in arms are welcome but otherwise it is a nice evening for mom’s to get out and just socialize without our little cherubs.  We meet on Thursdays from 7:30-9:30.  This year, we are going to turn over a new leaf and start promptly at 7:30 and I will give an incentive – an on-time draw – for the first meeting, so come a few minutes early if you can. :)

Our readings and discussion always revolve around the Charlotte Mason’s philosophy of education and the implementation of that philosophy.  If you are unfamiliar with her then, in short, she was a British educator of about 100 years ago who believed in the value and ability of all children despite their age or social status: a revolutionary idea at the time.  She taught that we have three main tools of education which are summed up in the phrase, “Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life”.  In other words, we don’t just set before our kids a vast cornucopia of academic matter (life) but just as important is the acquisition of strong habits (discipline) like attentiveness and perseverance in order to prepare us for adult life and work.  And all of this must be presented in a way that doesn’t talk down to kids but respects them as persons and thereby doesn’t bribe them to learn for the sake of marks or the satisfaction of the teacher but for the love of learning itself.  She encouraged us to do this by not creating a specialized schoolish environment (atmosphere) but by putting our kids in touch with great ideas, amazing literature, beautiful artwork, and music and simply experiencing them. As such, she encouraged the use of narration, living books, short lessons and lots of free time, nature hikes, and being exposed to great art and music. 

If this style of educating resonates with your family and you live nearby enough to the Bradford, Ontario area, then plan to visit and jot the dates in your calendar now.  The book that we are reading this year is For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay.  I’ve read this book before and it is among my top three homeschooling book favourites.  Rereading it right now is such a treat.  It’s very inspirational and philosophical.  If you’d like a copy of the book, I have extras in stock at $18.75 each, plus GST.

The dates and reading schedule are below.  Please do let me know if you are coming so I know how many folks to plan for.  If you haven’t been here before, email me for address information at

In addition to our book study we also try to bring balance to the meeting with some theory or practical application.  This year we decided to add practical pursuits for moms, or what Miss Mason would call “Mother Culture”, some of the passions and hobbies that we as mamas pursue to enrich our own education, (which, in turn, will enrich the lives and education of our children).  We would love to have 8 different people volunteer to lead discussion on these chats and so far have had many suggestions but only settled on the topic for the first meeting: Catherine Dell’Erba will be sharing about organic living and choosing foods wisely for our families so please feel free to bring any ideas or resources that could add to that discussion as well.

Dates, reading assignments, and mother culture topics are as follows:

September 24th, 2015 - CANCELLED
Read Introduction and Chapter 1: What is Education? (pages 1-11)
Mother Culture: Organic living facilitated by Catherine Dell’Erba

October 22nd - * NOTE DATE CORRECTION *  
Read Introduction and Chapter 1: What is Education? (pages 1-11)
 & Chapter 2: “Children Are Born Persons” (pages 12-41)
Mother Culture: TBA

December 3rd  
Read Chapter 3: Authority and Freedom (pages 42-58)
Mother Culture: TBA

January 7th, 2016
Read Chapter 4: A New Perspective (pages 59-90)
Mother Culture: TBA

February 11th  
Read Chapter 5: Education: A Science of Relationships; Knowledge of God (pages 91-105)
Mother Culture: TBA

March 24th  
Read Chapter 5: Education: A Science of Relationships; Knowledge of Man (pages 106-132)
Mother Culture: TBA

(April 2nd KWCHEA Conference in Kitchener, Ontario)
(April 16th RVHEA Conference in Ottawa, Ontario)
(April 29th & 30th OCHEC Convention in Hamilton, Ontario)

May 5th
Read Chapter 5: Education: A Science of Relationships; Knowledge of the Universe (pages 133-147)
Mother Culture: TBA

(May 28th KATCH Conference in Peterborough, Ontario)
(May 27th & 28th HENB Conference in Sussex, New Brunswick)

June 2nd
Read Chapter 6: The Way of the Will, Reason, and the Unity of the Whole (pages 148-158)
Mother Culture: TBA

(June??? Tentative: Barrie New and Used Homeschool Sale)
(June 10th TEACH New and Use Sale in Brantford, Ontario)

Looking forward to seeing many of you at these gatherings! I am so looking forward to these meetings this year.

Blessings on your 2015-2016 home school year!


Thursday, September 10, 2015

A Fresh Start

Well, how has your first week of school gone?  It’s so neat to hear from so many of you on Facebook at our new page, “Maple Tree Publications”, and to see your excitement over new books, new routines, new lessons.  September is a clean slate, a new start.  I have even heard from some of you who homeschool throughout the year and still there is that air of turning over a new leaf.

So, I decided that we had to participate in the fervor and to take pictures so I could post pictures of the shining faces of my little cherubs.  My kids had to search for the number of their grade while we walked idyllically around the Toronto Zoo on our first day of school.  We only found a number one.  We saw the gorillas and panda bears and also saw the komodo dragon being fed and talked to the zoo keeper because no one else was there to chat with her.  We took a fun first day of school picture on the bronze statue of the komodo dragons.   It was the continuing of a tradition started a dozen years ago: if we are going to do this education thing differently, we will do it different from the start and always take a field trip on the first day of school.  All in all we had a great day. 

The drive home was quite peaceful despite the city traffic we had to drive through.  Dinner and the evening were just fine.  Then 1 am rolled around.

My head had finally just hit the pillow after staying up late to make sure I was ready for the next morning and almost simultaneously two girls stumbled bleary eyed out of their bedrooms, a bit of panic in their steps...  Sick!  It was a long night.  Our hopes of a positive start on Wednesday were dashed.  No back to normal then or Thursday.  Sigh!

I get overwhelmed at times, wishing things went better, that I was a better teacher, more organized, less impatient, less irritable, wanting to deal with kids who were always enthusiastic, who listen the first time, who don’t leave wet towels on the floor in their rooms until they stink.  Sigh.  My plans just don’t always work.  I feel like I am failing my kids.  But then when I step back and look at things with far - sighted glasses I see how far we have come and I also see so much that we have to look forward to.  It’s then that I am reminded that it isn't worth getting worried about the daily grind.  There is always time for a fresh start. 

So tomorrow, we will try again for the anticipated gentle startup that we had hoped for. I think it's going to take us a few weeks at this rate to settle in. I had hoped we would be off and running by the end of this week or at least by early next.  Sigh! One of my sickies did perk up and voluntarily did two of her math lessons this evening. Hopefully it's a sign of good things to come.

I am realizing that our real lessons are learned when the going gets tough, not so much when we get to see the Komodo Dragon keeper impart all her wisdom about her charge.  Its learning to juggle sick kids and all the other things that the day throws at me without giving up and crying…. Too often.  It’s my kids learning to help one another out when there are two of them sick and only one of me to be the nurse.  The ones who aren’t sick (yet!?) learn to step up and help with newspapers or make the meal or empty the dishwasher.  They have learned a lot this week.  They’ve practiced skills we’ve been honing for years. 

So even if I had done the best of planning for this new school year, I would not have been able to plan these lessons.  I would have avoided them.  But learning to work together in these small adversities has been a greater lesson for these first few days than if we had got all the language arts and math lessons going. – Though I am hoping that tomorrow will be the day to tackle those lessons, finally!

A word of wisdom that my pastor imparted a few weeks ago has been rolling around in my head: Courage, true, biblical courage, is never cultivated in comfort.

Mamas (and Papas and others): know that your struggles are not in vain. You are building a lasting legacy so be strong and courageous! Wishing you all the best today as you build. ;) And for many days after.



Sunday, June 28, 2015

Free Newby Workshops for the Summer of 2015

Dear Friends,

This year it seems that there are more parents than ever considering this crazy homeschooling life and so once again this year, in partnership with Henry and Corrinna Kiezebrink, I am offering free workshops to new homeschoolers (and those thinking of homeschooling) at my home in Bradford, Ontario and in the Kiezebrink home near Barrie, Ontario.

Whether you have made a firm decision or are still investigating your options, whether you are doing this based on a conviction you have or because the ability to school in a different way just seems to fit for your family, please feel free to come for a visit. These are interactive (question and answer style) small group workshops. If you, or someone you know, are interested in coming please RSVP directly to me at as soon as possible as attendance is limited to 15 people (since we do have a very cozy space to meet) and the evenings usually do fill up.

You may come either to the home of the Kiezebrinks near Barrie, Ontario on Tuesday, July 21st or to my home in Bradford, Ontario on Thursday, August 13th. Both evenings will run from 7:30-9:30.

Both Mom and Dad (and Grandma and Grandpa or other adult supports) are welcome to attend though I respectfully ask that only parents and nursing babes attend as a full house and a late evening often make it hard for little ones to allow the adults the opportunity to get the most out of the workshop.

We will cover topics like:

Yikes! Can I do this!?!

Where can I go for support?

What are the legal implications?

Do I have to contact my local school board?

What about curriculum?
What is a “normal” homeschooling day like?

What about socialization!?!

Please come with questions!

And expect some yummy handouts too!

Henry and Corrinna Kiezebrink bring to these workshops 25 years of homeschooling experience while our little homeschool was established only 12 years ago.  While we aren’t experts, we do have a few years under our belts and hope to share the real deal on homeschooling, the good, the bad and the ugly.  We are obviously a bit biased towards homeschooling but will gladly share the truth about the pros and cons of adopting this crazy lifestyle.

Please feel free to share this invitation with friends and family who are new to homeschooling or who are considering it. You are also welcome to forward this information to your church group or other homeschool groups. See you in the summer!



Maple Tree Publications


Thursday, June 25, 2015

Winner, Winner! Chicken Dinner!

Well, another Conference Season has come and gone at Maple Tree.  I always so look forward to the time that I get to finally see so many people in person that I have only ever met in this virtual world.  I love communicating with you all through the year but to see real people at conferences is always so encouraging to me.  It’s then that I know that I am not the only crazy one attempting this home education thing and that my acquaintances aren’t just imagined. 

I know that I go to conferences as a speaker and a peddler of books but I actually have a more selfish reason for going.  I love to hear people’s stories. I am a collector of stories.  I love to hear how your school year went, why you are just starting out or what 20 years of this crazy life style has taught you.  Thank you all for stopping by and saying hello at a Maple Tree booth here or there in the last few months.

As a way to say thanks for stopping by and to give back to the community, I was able this year to give a special $25 gift certificate as a door prize at each major conference and book sale that I was at this spring and now I am pleased to share the winners with you all.

KWCHEA, Kitchener: Joanna M.

RVHEA, Ottawa: Leanne L.

OCHEC, Hamilton: Meagan V

KATCH, Peterborough: Amy L.

New and Used Sale, Barrie: Matt L.

TEACH, Brantford: Barb W.  

Congratulations to you all!  I look forward to sending you a special treat of your choice from the Maple Tree store.



Saturday, April 25, 2015


One of my sweet friends reminded me recently that this life that we are living is always going to be a juggling act and that we are always going to be dropping the ball.  The trick is to choose which ball to drop and when and to make sure that we alternate which one gets dropped from time to time. 

I am sure that many of you also have a similar story: there’s my job as wife and then mom and teacher and small business woman.  I need to feed little people, and make sure I get some exercise in, and that the laundry is relatively under control, and pack book treats into boxes and envelopes and write.  Writing.  I miss that.  Writing has been the ball that has been dropped lately and it’s time to dust it off and pick it up and get in touch again.  I think I am a bit of a modern day old fashioned girl: not much for talking on the phone but I do love to write and exchange notes.  If we can’t sit down and have a proper conversation over a cup of tea, then the written word is one of the best ways to communicate.

Writing soothes me.  I think that’s why I am a journaller.  I write even when I hope that no one will ever read it.  And while this sunny little spot Under the Maple Tree isn’t a very large community, I thank you for joining in this conversation.  It encourages me to hear from you and to hear of your struggles and your victories.  Thanks for indulging me and letting me share my little part of the world with you.  I’ve missed this time.

I can’t wait to tell you a bit about what’s been going on here.  Most of it is mundane and everyday-ish, some is exciting and exhilarating.  Dropping the writing ball has allowed me to do a little better at a few other things.  I have become fairly consistent in exercising and eating better, which has lead to me adding a few new treats to the shelves of our store: the book Trim Healthy Mama and some of the specialty foods that they provide like healthy natural sweeteners. 

We have also done a bunch of the boring behind the scenes work that needs to be done, updating computer programmes and hardware to make Maple Tree run better.  I thought that changing my email address (to would be less cumbersome than it proved to be but now we have an address that won’t need to change again as it matches our website. 

We’ve tripled the number of books that are available on the webstore as we continue to work towards being Canada’s Charlotte Mason resource provider,  Check out all the Simply Charlotte Mason books that we now stock in addition to publications by Maple Tree as well as Life of Fred math, Mystery of History, Story of the World, Jonathan Park, Learning Language Arts Through Literature and much more.

On the home front, the girls are in senior kindergarten to grade ten, if you want to talk schoolish.  I can’t wait to tell you about our experience reading through the whole Bible at the beginning of this school year.  Many of you have asked and so I will update you about that soon too. 

For now though I should leave you with a few more practical updates as I anticipate the excitement of a few more conferences coming up in the next several weeks.  It has been so refreshing to me to see many of you and to serve you at both the KWCHEA conference in Kitchener and the RVHEA conference in Ottawa.  Next weekend Maple Tree will be at OCHEC in Ancaster at Redeemer University.

If you are at any of these upcoming conferences, please come by and say hello.  And, of course, I will happily pack up an order to bring to you at the conference if you have something that you need and want to make sure it’s available when we meet up.

Here’s where Maple Tree is setting up shop in the next little bit:

May 1-2 OCHEC Convention in Ancaster.
*I will be speaking on “Enjoying Math?”*  (Really, it will be  fun one!)

May 30th KATCH Conference in Peterbourough.
*I will be doing a three part series on Charlotte Mason’s philosophy of education: Education is an Atmostphere, a Discipline and a Life.*  I am really excited to be able to share these ones.  Don’t miss out!

June 6th Used Book and Curriculum Fair and Small Business Expo in Barrie.

June 12th TEACH New and Used Curriculum Fair in Brantford.

Looking forward to seeing many of you soon in person and to hearing from you Under the Maple Tree as I get back to adding the writing ball into this jumbled up mess that I juggle.

Peace and blessings,


Friday, August 1, 2014

Maple Leaves: Titles available for sale at Maple Tree Publications - your Canadian Charlotte Mason Resource Supplier

Dear Friends,
I have been talking to so many of you wonderful homeschoolers over the past few months at homeschool conferences, meetings, Newby workshops, and virtually by email, on the phone, or by Facebook.  I realize that chatting one on one with so many people has kept me from sharing with you what I have been telling all of them: we have so many new and exciting products at Maple Tree!
This became very evident at a recent conference: I was talking to one sweet mama at my little booth when she noticed the new Life of Fred Language Arts books on my table. The conversation went a little something like this:
Lovely Customer: Life of Fred Language Arts!  I didn’t know there was a Life of Fred Language Arts!
Me: Yup.  It’s brand new.  I just got it in stock recently.
Lovely Customer: But I didn’t know about it!  You have to tell your customers about it.  I want to buy it but I didn’t plan for it.  If you’d told me I could have planned to buy it.  Your customers want to know what you have in stock and what you sell.  You have to put these things on your blog.
Me: I wish I had time to do more blogging. Maybe you need to come and help out because working between 10pm and 2am is just not getting it all done anymore!
If you have come and chatted with me at a conference, you might think that I am quite the saleswoman since I am so enthusiastic about the books that we carry at Maple Tree.  On the contrary, I don’t want to clog up your mailboxes with tons of unwanted sales pitches.  Judging by the number of conversations that I have had recently with friends and customers though, I realize that I am not doing a very good job of letting you know how I can help with your homeschooling needs. 
So, here below, I am adding a brief list of all of the books that I currently carry.  Thanks for your grace, as you will see that many of these books are not currently listed on my website.  I so appreciate being a part of the homeschooling community and that you are all so understanding of the fact that things like home and school tend take away a lot of the time that I would like to devote to growing this little sapling into a giant forest. 
If there is a resource on this list that you would like to order and it is not yet listed on my website then please email me at and I can help you to complete your order.  Remember that, as always, taxes are included in my prices and shipping to anywhere in Canada is only 15% (though you are welcome to save the shipping and pick up your order if you are close by our little store in Bradford, Ontario.)  I do also do special orders about once a month for items that are not a part of our regular stock on the list below.  Please let me know if I can be of any help as you prepare for the upcoming school year.
Maple Leaves….
Books Published by Maple Tree:
Come Sit By Me Volume One - $49
Come Sit By Me Volume Two - $49
Add Two Cups of Laughter - $16
My Reading Journal - $9.99
The Canadian Kids’ Daily Journal - $7
The Gloriously Groovy Girls’ Daily Journal - $7
Awesome Adventurous Boys’ Daily Journal - $7
The Nature Nuts’ Daily Journal - $7
The Great Canadian ArtPak - $49
Early Canadiana ArtPak - $24
Famous Canadian Painters ArtPak - $18
Group of Seven ArtPak - $24
The Ultimate Lapbook Handbook - $30
A Bunny, a Case and a World of Taste - $12
Working Together - $28
Parent-Teacher Resources
Educating the WholeHearted Child - $23.50
Read for the Heart - $18
A Charlotte Mason Companion - $21.50
For the Children’s Sake - $16.50
The Three R’s - $12.95
You Can Teacher Your Child Successfully - $15
A Biblical Home Education - $16
Honey for a Child’s Heart - $14
Pocketful of Pinecones - $18
Lessons at Blackberry Inn - $18
Original Homeschooling Series  - $62
Beyond Survival - $14
Reaping the Harvest - $14
The Living Page - $19
Other Resources
Do Hard Things - $19
Ministry of Motherhood - $17
Mission of Motherhood - $17
Raising a Modern Day Joseph $14
Dancing with my Father - $16
Desperate - $18
One Thousand Gifts - $18
Margin - $18
Fool Proofing - $9
Hero Tales Volume One - $16.25
Jesus Storybook Bible w/CDs - $28
Jesus Storybook Bible - $19
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 1: Genesis - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 2: Exodus - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 3: Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 4: Joshua, Judges & Ruth - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 5: 1 & 2 Samuel - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 6: Kings & Chronicles - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 7: Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 8: Psalms, Proverbs & the Writings - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 9: Isaiah, Jeremiah & the Prophets  - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 10: Matthew, Mark, Luke & John - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 11: Acts - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible?  – Volume 12: Romans through Philemon - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Volume 13: General Epistles & Revelation - $15
Buck Denver Asks What’s in the Bible? – Christmas - $15
Life of Fred Elementary Math 
Ice Cream 
Jelly Beans
$18 each or $170 for the set of 10 books
Life of Fred Intermediate Math

$18 each or $52 for the set of 3 books
Life of Fred Before Highschool Math

Fractions  - $21
Decimals & Percents  - $21
Elementary Physics - $32 (This has been renamed Pre-Algebra 0 with Physics but is the exact same book)
Pre-Algebra 1 with Biology  - $32
Pre-Algebra 2 with Economics  - $32
$133 for the set of 5 books
Life of Fred Highschool Math

Beginning Algebra Expanded - $42
Zillions of Practice Problems: Beginning Algebra  - $32
Advanced Algebra Expanded - $42
Zillions of Practice Problems: Advanced Algebra  - $32
Geometry  - $42
Geometry Answer Key  - $8
NEW! Trigonometry Expanded - $42
NEW LOWER PRICE! $234 for the set of 7 books
Life of Fred: Financial Choices  - $21

Life of Fred College Math
Calculus $42
Calculus Answer Key $8
Linear Algebra $53
Linear Algebra Answer Key $8
Statistics $42
Statistics Answer Key $8
College Set of 6 books $157

NEW LOWER PRICE! Full Set of Life of Fred Math books $757
(includes Financial Choices; does not include Chemistry or Language Arts)
NEW! Life of Fred Language Arts:

Begin Teaching
$21 each or $80 for the set of four books
Learning Language Arts Through Literature

Blue Kit (Grade 1) - $105 includes teacher book, student book, readers and other material
Blue Student Book - $29
Red Kit (Grade 2) - $94 includes teacher book, student book, readers and other material
Red Student Book - $29
Yellow Teacher (Grade 3) - $29
Yellow Student - $23.75
Orange Teacher (Grade 4) - $29
Orange Student - $23.75
Purple Teacher (Grade 5) - $29
Purple Student - $23.75
Tan Teacher (Grade 6) - $29
Tan Student - $23.75
Green Teacher (Grade 7) - $29
Green Student - $23.75
Gray Teacher (Grade 8) - $29
Gray Student - $23.75
Gold American Lit (High school)- $29
Gold British Lit (High school) - $29
Other Language Arts
Simply Grammar - $27.50
Story Starters - $37.50
Canadian Authors

Janis Cox:
Tadeo Turtle - $13
Carolyn J Morris:
Mourning Dove - $13
Barn Swallows - $13
Pine Warbler - $13
NEW (Available August 21st!) Chickadees at Christmas $13
Set of four books $40
Exploring Creation Series by Apologia

Elementary Series
Astronomy - $43
Astronomy Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
Astronomy Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
Botany - $43
Botany Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
Botany Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
Zoology 1 – Flying Creatures - $43
Zoology 1 – Flying Creatures Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
Zoology 1 – Flying Creatures Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
Zoology 2 – Swimming Creatures - $43
Zoology 2 – Swimming Creatures Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
Zoology 2 – Swimming Creatures Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
Zoology 3 – Land Animals - $43
Zoology 3 – Land Animals Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
Zoology 3 – Land Animals Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
Human Anatomy - $43
Human Anatomy Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
Human Anatomy Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
NEW! Chemistry & Physics - $43
NEW! Chemistry & Physics Notebook (~Grades 4-6) - $26
NEW! Chemistry & Physics Notebook Junior (~K- Grade 2) - $26
Middle School Series
Exploring Creation – Gen’l Science w/tests-$95
Exploring Creation – General Sci Ntbk - $37
General Science Comp CD - $19
Exploring Creation – Phys’l Science w/tests-$95
Exploring Creation Physical Sci Ntbk - $37
High School Series
Exploring Creation – Biology w/tests - $95
Exploring Creation – Chemistry w/tests - $95
Exploring Creation – Physics w/tests - $95
Reasonable Faith - $11

Jonathan Park, Volume 1: The Adventure Begins - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 2: No Looking Back - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 3: The Winds of Change - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 4: The Hunt for Beowulf - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 5: The Explorers Society - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 6: The Journey Never Taken - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 7: The Voyage Beyond - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 8: The Copper Scroll - $25
Jonathan Park, Volume 9: The Whispering Sphinx - $25
NEW! Life of Fred Science!

Life of Fred: Chemistry - $32
Mystery of History

Mystery of History Volume 1 - $55
Mystery of History 1 Companion CD - $23
Mystery of History Volume 2 - $55
Mystery of History 2 Companion CD - $23
Mystery of History Volume 3 Student $65
Mystery of History Volume 3 Companion $44
Mystery of History 3 Companion CD - $30
Story of the World

Story of the World Volume 1  - $18
Story of the World Activity Book Vol 1 - $37
Story of the World 1 CD - $42
Story of the World Volume 2  - $18
Story of the World Activity Book Vol 2 - $39
Story of the World 2 CD - $47
Story of the World Volume 3  - $18
Story of the World Activity Book Vol 3 - $39
Story of the World 3 CD - $52
Story of the World Volume 4  - $18
Story of the World Activity Book Vol 4 - $40
Story of the World 4 CD - $57
NEW!!! Finally Available in Canada:

Simply Charlotte Mason
Learning and Living DVDs & book - $150
Delightful Reading Kit - $62
My Word Book - $4
Delightful Handwriting Teacher - $14.50
Delightful Handwriting Copybook - $17
Child’s Copywork Reader Vol 1 - $9.50
Child’s Copywork Reader Vol 2 - $9.50
Child’s Copywork Reader Vol 3 - $9.50
Print to Cursive Proverbs - $17
Hymns in Prose Print Copybook - $12
Hymns in Prose Cursive Copybook - $12
Hymns in Prose for Children - $14
Hymns in Prose Teacher w/CD - $18
Mathematics $19
Genesis – Deuteronomy - $21.50
Discovering Doctrine - $14
Ancient Egypt - $18
Boy of the Pyramids - $16
Jashub’s Journal - $18
Visits to Africa - $18
Stuff They Left Behind – Egypt - $20
106 Days of Creation - $18
Laying Down the Rails - $30
Laying Down the Rails Children Set - $56
Laying Down the Rails DVD - $14
Early Years book- $21
Early Years book and DVD - $36
Planning Your CM education - $21
Handicrafts – Woodworking - $21.50
Handicrafts – Knitting - $21.50
Picture Study – Michelangelo - $20
Picture Study – Rembrandt - $20
Picture Study – Botticelli - $20
Picture Study – Van Gogh - $20
Picture Study – Monet - $20
Picture Study – Giotto - $20