CAROLE JOY SEID
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Consulting with Carole
Are you confused, overwhelmed, or in need of wise counsel?
Carole is available by phone appointment to walk with you through your family’s journey.
She will teach you how to home school, simply, inexpensively and enjoyably, using her approach based on great books, great books and more great books. You will be given concrete and practical help to implement a more relaxed approach, as you create
a loving nurturing environment for your children.
In addition to educational consulting, Carole also is available to work with families in the area of nutrition, discipline, order in your home or brainstorming to develop strategies for working with a difficult or struggling child.
Sabbath Rest Retreat Center
Are you in need of a true Sabbath Rest?
Carole has been beautifully ministered to by times of solitude throughout the years.
She believes that creating a silent and sacred space for people to connect with God and their true self is needed. Because of this, Carole has purchased a large home in the beautiful historic town of Guthrie, OK and is creating a silent retreat center adjoining her home.
Carole is a veteran homeschool mother who holds a B.A. in fine arts, a master’s degree in education and is a CPLC certified life coach. She has taught in preschool, elementary, and junior high classrooms in both public and Christian schools.
Carole believes that reading great books benefits children not only academically, but in terms of character development, problem solving skills, spiritual maturity, social intelligence and relationships. Thousands of families across the U.S. can attest to the power of her thoughtful, literature-based approach to life and learning.
REVOLUTIONIZED OUR WAY OF LIFE...
"Carole has changed our homeschool, our family dynamics, and our lives and continues to do so! There are not words to express our thanks. Her consultations, seminars, podcasts, and book recommendations have revolutionized our way of life. My daughter and I just finished reading The House at Pooh Corner and our favorite was "A Very Grand Thing." We laughed and laughed at Piglet in the tablecloth and Pooh talking from under the chair as Owl's house was blown over. My daughter was crying she was laughing so hard. I thought of Carole and knew we would not have had this sweet moment had I not taken her advice. Instead, I would have been a general hovering over my 7-year-old
to complete a workbook page. I can't sing Carole's praises enough!"
— AMY, TENNESSEE