Listing Tag: Living Books
The goal of the Charlotte Mason Inspired Community is to equip and encourage homeschool parents to follow their calling to home educate their children. We come alongside by providing training via our annual conference, by connecting you to today’s leaders in the Charlotte Mason community, and share the best Charlotte Mason friendly resources for your family.
CMI's annual conference from June 16-18 at Asbury University near Lexington, KY. The conference is titled "Words for the World: To Read and Respond" and centers on the theme of literature and the humanities. The conference features over 20 Mason educators on a wide variety of topics. More info and registration available on the CMI website! The first two days of the conference will also be broadcast online.
The Weekend of Living Ideas is a soulful opportunity for parents and educators from a variety of backgrounds to retreat together as we explore and experience the living ideas that surround the educational philosophy and methods of Charlotte Mason. Reshelving Alexandria co-founder Ambre Sautter will be inspiring you about living books. Other topics include Russian Fine Arts, Mothers As Students, Scheduling, Spanish Poetry, and more! Nancy Kelly will be presenting a special pre-retreat immersion that applies to all ages and plenary sessions on The Cloud of Witness, Admiration, Hope and Love, and High School, as well as a workshop on Plutarch. And special bonus, Kent will be there with his blacksmithing gear! Students 12 and older are invited to register with their parents and nursing children are welcome.
Round Rock, TX
Charlotte Mason Round Rock is a group of mothers reading through Miss Mason’s volumes together who meet at the nature preserve for discussion. Out meetups are child-friendly, and we welcome all who are curious in learning more about Charlotte Mason.
We are gathering English Speaking Families that apreciate Charlotte Mason Education for a Coop, Mother's Culture Tea and other beautiful activities. Join us in person in 2022.
Study group that meets on a monthly basis to study and share ideas for practical application of Charlotte Mason's philosophy of education within a home environment. We also gather together for nature study, hikes, children’s handcraft fairs, and other inspirational activities throughout the year with our children.
A lending library housed in my home in Soddy Daisy for families in the Chattanooga area. Huge variety of children's books, mostly out of print. Includes collection of books by and about Charlotte Mason philosophy. Hours by appointment.