YMB #43 Subjects and Virtue in Morning Time: A Conversation with Cindy Rollins

|

Listener favorite Cindy Rollins is back on the podcast in this special cross-over episode between Your Morning Basket and the Mason Jar Podcast. Drawing on Cindy’s vast experience, we chat about which subjects are best for Morning Time plus a whole lot more.

Listen in and then search out The Mason Jar on your favorite podcast app to get the rest of the story.

YMB #43 Subjects and Virtue in Morning Time: A Conversation with Cindy Rollins

Free Homeschool Morning Time Plans

Leave a Rating or Review

Thank you for your interest in leaving a rating or review for Your Morning Basket on iTunes. Here’s how you do it:

  1. Click on this link to go to the podcast main page.
  2. Click on View in iTunes under the podcast cover artwork.
  3. Once your iTunes has launched and you are on the podcast page, click on Ratings and Review under the podcast name. There you can leave either or both! Thanks so much.

Previous

Next

  • Kim Bell says:

    Great crossover episode! However, Cindy mentioned a manners book where they read a manners/etiquette “rule” in morning time, and that book isn’t listed above with all the other resources. Can you please point me int the right direction to find it or something like it? Thanks!

  • Christine says:

    Cindy mentioned something about a grammar program by Michael Clay Thompson. Can you provide the link for that program? Amazon seems to have a bunch of different things and I’m not sure which one to look at. Thanks!

    • Stephanie Shold says:

      I am also looking for the Michael Clay Thompson information that she mentioned. There is so much on his web site that I am not sure what she was saying worked the best for her. Also, are you two recommending the Our Mother Tongue book INSTEAD of the Michael Clay Thompson? https://www.rfwp.com/pages/michael-clay-thompson/

  • Pam Barnhill says:

    Try Grammar Town: https://www.rfwp.com/series/mct-english-language-arts-level-2-the-town-level#book-grammar-town. Just get the book and the teacher practice book if you are going to do the sentences on the board in MT.

    I have not used OMT — only MCT — so that is the one I would recommend.

  • >