Listing Tag: Charlotte mason moms
Linthicum Heights, MD
We're a group of homeschool mothers who meet once monthly to read Charlotte Mason's works and discuss and encourage one another in our homeschooling journeys. Currently we're reading through Karen Glass's A Thinking Love.
Spring Hill, FL
I am hoping to find more families who are passionate about the Charlotte mason method and are also interested in forming a group with me that will meet once a week or perhaps even twice a month to share in a time of enrichments, such as poetry, composer, hymn, folk song, artist, handicrafts. I would also love to have the parents do a book study while working through some of Mason’s volumes and even some of Karen Glass or Karen Andreola’s books. Possibly spending time after the group meets or meeting once a month at a separate time to do the parent book study. Please request info if this is something you are seriously interested in!
Charlotte Mason homeschoolers beginning a weekly (or so) nature study/walks for the 2022-23 school year! Potentially adding a book club for just parents if there is enough interest!
This is not a co-op.
Simply a group for like-minded Mama's to gather with their kiddos to create beautiful friendships.
Park meet ups, Poetry tea time, nature study/Journaling, book club.
Weekly or bi-weekly meet ups depending on the season
Meeting once each month on-line (with one in-person meeting per semester), our group of mother-teachers will discuss Charlotte Mason's first volume, Home Education.
Let but the heads of two or three families meet together to talk over the bringing up of their children, and the best and wisest parents will go home with new insight, renewed purpose, and warmer zeal. ("The Beginning of Things," In Memoriam)
New Waterford, OH
A ministry offering community and support for homeschooling families choosing the rich and gentle method of a living education.
“We hold that all education is divine, that every good gift of knowledge and insight comes from above, that Holy Spirit is the supreme educator of mankind.” -Charlotte Mason
Our hope is to gather in the name of Jesus with purpose. The purpose of fellowship as students learn together on Thursdays and share the same living education. As we meet, the children will take part in natural and challenging discovery, group projects and discussion as they have similar booklists throughout their education.
EEC will offer a tailored curriculum for families using Ambleside Online, a free booking and resource for families regardless of their participation in EEC.
EEC will offer regular support throughout the year to all educators and learners interested in Charlotte Mason philosophy and method of education.
(**2022-Summer workshops Thursdays 9am-11am through July 26th**:)
School Schedule: :
Educating Mothers is a robust book discussion group for women ready to approach the work of education with reverence and dedication. All levels of experience are represented and welcome in this growing community, as we apply ourselves to understand and practice Mason's educational method. We meet in the Kendall area, 7PM-10PM on the last Thursday of each month (excluding December) to discuss the assigned reading. This group is open to the public, and does not require a membership or purchase. Please contact us to join our email list and receive reading assignments and meeting details.