Listing Tag: co-op
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.
This christian Charlotte Mason co-op meets twice a month for learning together through nature study, singing, geography, scouting and more. Additional activities for the whole family or moms only help build our community between co-op meetings.
***Part of the Treasure Valley Charlotte Mason Community (TVCMC) in beautiful and scenic Idaho!! Please see that larger community's seperate listing here on CMIC for more info***
Charlotte’s Table co-op teaches the riches (electives) while building community with other nature-focused, book-loving families. We are a Christian co-op that meet 3 Thursdays per month with an optional nature hike or two every month. We have various other parties and gatherings throughout the year as well. Classes are taught by parents with a special emphasis on narration and other Charlotte Mason practices. We are a place for families who are curious to learn more about Charlotte Mason’s principles.
***Registration for Charlotte’s Table is in the spring. Look for our Open House announcement in the Treasure Valley Charlotte Mason Facebook group next March. ***
Winter Garden, FL
We are a Charlotte Mason Homeschool Cooperative in Central Florida. We focus on ages 6 years to 13+. We meet every week on Fridays from 1-3 pm in Winter Garden. There is no fee right now except to cover supply cost.
Every year, our classes change based on interest and what we want to accomplish for the the year and who is available to teach. We are consistent with but are not limited to Hymns and Folksongs, Nature Study, P.E. (Folkdance/Swedish Drill/Neurological exercises), Art Study, and Recitation.
We are also making Chapters available with our co-op. This is based on location and who is available to lead. Chapters have only 12 families in them to keep them small and intimate. This is to ensure close relationships develop. If you are interested in leading a Chapter in Florida, we have a set of guidelines to help you in the process of starting. Chapters are customizable so you can pick which classes you'd like to focus on to serve those around you better. A bit of CM knowledge is required in order to lead a Chapter.