To know God and to make Him known


Age 4-8

Foster a love of learning in your youngest children.

You’ll always be their first teacher. With our helpful resources, you can become the best possible educator.

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Starting Young

You may not realize it, but you’ve been homeschooling your children since day one with valuable life lessons like how to tie their shoes, hold a crayon, and interact with the world around them. Scribblers At Home simply enhances your young one’s early educational journey with at-home resources to promote hands-on learning, develop basic literacy, and practice fine motor skills, all through a Christian worldview.


Classical Conversations provides parents of elementary-aged students like you with exciting, at-home teaching activities like easy-to-follow tutorials and more, all aimed at learning through play. Through these simple homeschool resources, you can spark their curiosity, engage their developing minds, and equip them with the skills they need to succeed.

The best part? You don’t have to do it alone. By plugging into a local Classical Conversations homeschool community, you will be surrounded by other like-minded parents for support and accountability.

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I love the Christ-centered conversation for young people and their families and learning to ‘see’ Him in all things and learning to see myself rightly.

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