Category: Charlotte Mason

Keeping Christ at the Center of Your Charlotte Mason Homeschool

Charlotte Mason said: “Of the  sorts of knowledge proper to a child, the knowledge of God, of man, and of the universe, the knowledge of God ranks first in importance, is indispensable, and most happy-making.” Putting Christ at the center of our homeschool is essential for training up our children in …

A Gentle Feast Curriculum Review

Over the years I have used Charlotte Mason-inspired curriculum. Like My Father’s World, Heart of Dakota, and I have pieced together others. I have never used a full or “whole hog” (as some would call it) Charlotte Mason curriculum. This year, however, I decided to go all in and try …

Spring Nature Study Ideas

Spring Nature Study Ideas Spring is a great time to get outdoors and explore! The weather has been a little bit crazy this Spring, but we have taken advantage of all the warm days by spending them outdoors. Since we are done with school for the year, our Spring Nature …

A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner (and Giveaway)

A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner A Charlotte Mason Homeschool Planner has gorgeous watercolor floral graphics throughout. To be 100% honest…. I created this planner for me! I have used a gazillion planners (well… maybe not that many), and there are so many pages that I just don’t use. One great …

What to Do When Your Children Won’t Stop Fighting

What to Do When Your Children Won’t Stop Fighting. With our Sabbath Schooling schedule, we take a lot of time off during the Fall and Winter. All of our birthdays are in the Fall, not to mention holiday get-togethers. So, we usually end up taking off a month or so …

The Importance of Prayer in Your Homeschool

 The Importance of Prayer in your Homeschool As a new year approaches, I have been thinking about my goals. What do I want to accomplish this year?? What changes can I make? As I look back over the year, I can see what we’ve accomplished. And I can also see …

What is Narration and How does it Work?

What is Narration and How Does it Work? Narration is the telling of a story. When you use narration in your homeschool your child will be telling you what has been read in their own words. Narrating is an art, like poetry-making or painting, because it is there, in every child’s mind, …

10 Awesome Fall Nature Studies

10 Awesome Fall Nature Study Ideas I love Fall! It is my favorite season.The weather is awesome, the leaves are changing, and it is just an all around beautiful season. So, naturally, we spend a lot of time outside! There are days we like to just go outside, and let nature …

Charlotte Mason Style Preschool

Charlotte Mason Style Preschool How To Homeschool Preschool Using Charlotte Mason’s Methods Charlotte Mason didn’t recommend doing formal school with your child until they were 6 years old. Instead, she recommended children learn naturally through play and discovery in everyday life. However, there are things you can begin doing with …

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