[I]f the lessons be judiciously alternated — sums first, say, while the brain is quite fresh;
then writing, or reading — some more or less mechanical exercise, by way of a rest;
and so on, the program varying a little from day to day,
but the same principle throughout — a ‘thinking’ lesson first
and a ‘painstaking’ lesson to follow, — the child gets through his morning lessons
without any sign of weariness.
— Charlotte Mason, Home Education
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