The A – B – C’s of Charlotte Mason
Designed for homes, private schools, and homeschools, her blend of practices includes Narration and copywork, Nature Notebooks, Fine Arts, Languages, a Literature based curriculum instead of textbooks, and real-life applications.
The Charlotte Mason Approach to Education
“Nourish a child daily with loving, right, and noble ideas… which may bear fruit in his life.”
Charlotte Masons Cure for Tired Text-taught Tots
“Never,” she writes, “be within doors when you can rightly be without.”
The Charlotte Mason Method
One of the first things that impressed me about Charlotte was her method of using whole books and first-hand sources. By Karen Andreola.
Hiking with Homeschoolers
AN A to Z ARTICLE
Hiking into nature provides the perfect environment for some whole learning that can cross the subject borders: physical education, science, history, social studies, literature, and art. By Sheri McGregor.
AN A to Z ARTICLE
Lessons in survival in the school of nature can be great fun for older homeschoolers.
Secular Charlotte Mason
Many Charlotte Mason websites stick only to the Victorian Era recommendations. Gina Guzman finds those too limiting for her high-tech children. Based on her readings and research she believes Miss Mason would have taken advantage of the technology available to us.
Why Home Schoolers are Turning to Charlotte Mason Methods
In the Charlotte Mason method we care deeply that the children develop a love for learning. Mason warned the parent to not kill that love. At the same time we expose the children to a wide, generous, lively smorgasbord of an education. By Catherine Levison.
Charlotte Mason Education
This approach advocates reading good books from original sources and spending lots of time in nature. Catherine Levison, author of A Charlotte Mason Education, explains what this method is for those who wish to delve more into the subject.
Charlotte Mason and Special Needs Children
It is time to take up the question of the child who is not normal, the child with problems – learning disabilities, handicaps. From the Charlotte Mason Study Loop.
In An English Garden
Catherine Levison writes in The Link: Charlotte Mason wrote extensively on various educational philosophies and she held to an unusual emphasis of taking children outside every day to be in direct contact with nature. She really means every day!
Is Charlotte Mason Unschooling?
CM looks to the children like unschooling. The lessons are short, on-topic, as interesting as possible. There are few if any textbooks or workbooks or drill sheets. By Lynn B Hocraffer.
The purpose of the list is to discuss and share ideas on implementing the educational methods of Charlotte Mason within the traditions, customs and faith practices unique to Catholicism.
Charlotte Mason Email Lists
Yahoo lists about 116 email loops ranging from the philosophical to the regional or specifically about one aspect of the Charlotte Mason method, such as music.
Charlotte Mason for Special Kids
Adapting CM for special needs and for sharing the unique challenges and joys of everyday life with our kids, for support, encouragement and prayer.
Charlotte Mason Study Group of Salt Lake
We are dedicated to providing support for all those seeking to understand and apply Charlotte Mason’s philosophy of education in homes and schools.
Charlotte Mason Study Loop
Our discussions are centered on Charlotte Mason philosophy, methods and applications, and suitable or adaptable curriculum. List mom is Lynn Hocraffer. Extremely active list.
This is a loop for Christians who are combining classical education methods with Charlotte Mason ideas in their homeschools.
A discussion of the Charlotte Mason method of homeschooling for preschoolers and Kindergarteners.
We are Aussie, Kiwi, New Guinea and nearby region families, using Charlotte Mason-inspired, living books, literature-based, lifestyle of learning and hands-on learning, approaches.
This list is for persons who are using or are interested in using the Charlotte Mason Philosophy for education (including homeschooling), or to enrich their own lives. Large, active list.
This list is designed for those interested in the Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling with a Waldorf twist.
This is a list for homeschooling moms using Sonlight curriculum, whether just parts of it or the full curriculum, and incorporating the educational methods and ideas of Charlotte Mason into their homes.
Time for Tea is a quarterly email magazine which features articles on homeschooling with a lifestyle of REAL learning in the Charlotte Mason Style…discipling our children with a godly heritage…being a godly helpmeet, and homemaking from the heart.