Listing Tag: homeschool co-op
We are a Charlotte Mason homeschool co-op in northern Indiana that meets bi-weekly to spread the feast. Currently, we have classes for the Early Years (ages 3-5) through form 2, though we continue to grow. This is a parent led co-op, not a drop-off program, and moms volunteer where they feel comfortable, whether that's nursery, lunch clean-up, or teaching a class. Past subjects have included handicrafts, picture study, art instruction, and nature study. Our Early Years group is a play and nature based program that does a variety of hands on activities and nature walks, along with reading living books. You teach your own curriculum at home and come together with the group on co-op days for enrichment subjects. There is a small fee for building rental and classroom supplies with rental discounts for families with multiple students.
We are a a group of Charlotte Mason homeschoolers seeking to build fellowship and community amongst like-minded families in Tallahassee while supplementing our home learning with subjects more difficult to implement at home. Mother’s work together to administer classes for students following Charlotte Mason’s idea or short, varied, and diverse lessons.
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.
Post Falls, ID
We are a Charlotte Mason community in Eastern Washington/North Idaho. We also have a local CM co-op.
We are a CM community located in Searcy, AR. We are a 501c3 and have volunteer and independent contract teachers teaching CM subjects. Classes and schedule vary with each term. We meet about 16-20 weeks per year once, twice, or three times per week. We host 2 nature hikes per month in Fall and Spring. Our signature classes that we have most every term are: Shakespeare, Ballet, Folk Dancing, and Liaterature. Our aim is to create the best possible atmosphere for kids to learn and for “Cottage” day to be every kid’s favorite day of the week. We also regularly hold CM Volume study groups for parents as well as the Natural State Charlotte Mason Retreat.