charlotte mason study group
Our group begins reading through one of Mason’s volumes each summer. Parents and children meet at my home in Greenville Texas, bi-weekly. Children play outdoors while parents (and babies) stay inside to discuss the chapters.
During the school year, we transition to a parents-only monthly meeting, in the evenings, to finish the volume.
Readings are split up and assigned at the beginning of the summer. Feel free to jump in any time.
We are a new CM group in Maryville, TN. We are looking to start a CM book reading meeting, playdates, and possibly a co-op. We would love for others who are interested in CM education or who are already involved in CM living to join us as we get to know each other and grow a community of like minded families.
We are a group of homeschoolers who are learning about Charlotte Mason's educational philosophy and how to apply it. Anyone interested in learning more about a Charlotte Mason education is welcome to join us.
This moms book club is starting by reading through Mind to Mind by CM & Karen Glass. We are meeting Thursday evenings in the home of one of the members to build our understanding of CM philosophy & create a stronger homeschool community. We will share good conversation and a light meal. We hope to continue this meeting to read more of the volumes if interest persists.
Connect with likeminded mom's as we discuss the book, In Vital Harmony by Karen Glass. We will meet Tuesday, May 23rd & June 6th at 6:30 p.m. in Weaverville, N.C. The goal of the discussion will be to gain a deeper understanding of the philosophy of a Charlotte Mason education for our children and ourselves. She described her approach to education as, “Education is an atmosphere, a discipline, a life.” Members will purchase the book to read and are encouraged to take notes or jot down questions to bring to the discussion. During the meeting, we will take turns sharing our thoughts about the book, what we learned, and how we related to the material.
“It is no arbitrary reward which is attached to the assembling of two or three together; we warm ourselves at each others’ fires, and glow with the heat we get. 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. ‘We shall learn by degrees that education is, like religion, a social principle as well as an individual duty; and, meeting on this higher ground, we shall find out the best of one another as we never should in the common intercourse of business or society.'”
Charlotte Mason, editorial note, Parents’ Review, March 1890
Boiling Springs, PA
We are a group of Charlotte Mason homeschooling moms who meet together monthly to read and discuss Mason's volumes. We are an intentional community working towards implementing her philosophy and methods into our homeschooling. We welcome others to join us on our learning journey! Please email me if you're interested in joining our Charlotte Mason Fellowship
We meet once a week at locations around our community for nature study, nature journaling and object lessons. We use Outdoor Geography by Hatch and Scouting for Wild Ones by Brittney McGann to plan our lessons.
We are a group of home educators who meet the second Tuesday of every month to study Charlotte Mason’s principles for education. To join us, please email Ashley and she will be happy to help you connect with us!!