Listing Tag: co-op
I would love to form a group of friends to get together in the WNY are.
We could meet up and do nature studies, read alouds, field trips, or just hangout!
I also have started a group on Facebook.
I want to form a small group of friends to go on the Charlotte Mason journey together!
We are a new-ish co-op that uses the Ambleside Online curriculum in our homeschools. 2022/2023 will be our second year meeting together. We meet together as a group weekly during the school year for Shakespeare, Nature Journal and Art study to name a few activities. During the summer we get together as friends to let the kids play and parents chat.
We meet in Greer, SC to provide a living education, education is the science of relations. We view children as a complete person and teach them with rich curriculum and help them grow with gentle formation of knowledge and character. Charlotte Mason summed up her teaching in three words, beautiful, expansive, and efficient.
We are are group of families that want to give our children a rich education. During our co-op days we gather together to study nature, Shakespeare, art, Plutarch, music, geography, and handicrafts. The parents all volunteer and are active on-site during co-op day, each week. We offer recitation nights twice a year with one of those featuring a play performed by the children in the co-op.
Outside of co-op days, we want to 'do life' with each other and connect frequently. In addition, the moms meet regularly to learn more about the Charlotte Mason method as well as strengthen our bonds. Family nights are also offered as it's vital for the whole family to have a supportive community and socialization.
We are a small group of dedicated families with kids in preschool through 7th grade (all are welcome though!) meeting on the South Shore to learn and celebrate life together. Our days can include singing, Shakespeare, geography, composer study, handicrafts, Plutarch, or nature study, depending on the desires and skill sets of our families. We would love to hear from you!
Charlotte's Web Co-op provides a safe learning environment for children in grades 4th and up to learn and share ideas with others with teachers who have a passion for their subject area. Following Mason’s philosophy of learning, lectures are not present here but serve as a guide to help facilitate the class in the children’s pursuit of knowledge. Knowing that many do not have the opportunity to meet locally we hope to bridge the gap. We also desire to share the load with moms who are feeling overloaded in having to provide the full feast Mason describes. We want to partner with you and help provide a well-rounded education for your children.
Colorado Springs, CO
We are a Charlotte Mason community which seeks to build fellowship and encourage learning with like-minded families using the Charlotte Mason method of education. We are a mom-led group, where each mom takes time studying a subject and then teaching that subject to a group of children ages 7+. Subjects have included folk dancing, Shakespeare, Hymn and Folksong, Recitation, Clay Modeling, Watercolor, Drawing, Beginner French, and more. Each semester (two per school year) brings new or repeat classes. We gather bi-monthy in a local church in the Colorado Springs area. Cost is minimal per family.
Tea with Miss Mason is a networking group of CM parents from Columbus, IN and surrounding areas. Our members provide CM bookclubs, nature study co-ops, and more. TwMM also offers workshops from time to time, see Facebook for updates.
Children's Scholé is a Charlotte Mason co-op in Greenville, NC serving primarily families with children in 1st through 8th grades. We meet bi-weekly at a local park during the school year for formal lessons in enrichment subjects, as well as for nature study. Childcare is provided for the youngest siblings and there is an Early Years group for children ages 3 - 5. Registration is in early June and fees are around $50 per student for the year (16 meetings). The group also provides opportunities for parents to connect and learn together.