Listing Tag: Mother Culture
We are a group of parents who meet the fourth Monday of the month from 6:30-8:30 p.m. to discuss Charlotte Mason's Home Education series. We read about 20 pgs at home and meet together to discuss and work through our understandings.
We are a community of home educators who our inspired by the Philosophy of Education laid out by Charlotte Mason. We are all at different places in our homeschool journey but we seek to be a support to families wanting to implement part or the whole of a Charlotte Mason education. We do this by offering continuing education for teachers in our bi monthly study groups. We help carry the teaching burden in our morning co-op. We form community and accountability
as we study nature together in our weekly afternoon Nature Club. We wish to provide oppurtunies for families to learn new skills at our special events. Together we help encourage one another to grow as both educators and parents.
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.
The Living Ideas Guild Cooperative, located near Parker, CO hosts a monthly Charlotte Mason volume reading and discussion from 7-9:30pm in one of our homes that is open to the community. Please contact for details.
Our Book Discussion group meets on a Saturday morning, once a month, at a local coffee shop. We humbly come together to discuss an assigned portion of our book, which currently is CM’s volume 4, Ourselves. We have, over many years, read through other titles such as For the Children’s Sake, A Charlotte Mason Companion, CM’s first volume, Home Education, etc. All are welcome! There is no cost for the group, but we do ask that you purchase a coffee and/or breakfast from the shop where we meet, as they are kind and gracious hosts and a running a small business. The relationships grown from this group are priceless and we are always excited to add another kindred friend!
We are located in the Staunton area of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. We meet once a month to discuss the current Volume in which we are reading. We have a list of about 15 ladies, and on any regular basis there are eight of us there. It is a wonderful group for fellowship, deepening our understanding of God and how He uses the CM method in our homes, and a place to build community. We have been the springboard for a group in North Harrisonburg area as well.
We are a Charlotte Mason Book Study Group. We meet regularly to discuss Charlotte Mason's work and writing. We are reading through her 6 Volumes on Education at this time. We are looking for other Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers to join us!
Here is a look at our upcoming meetings...
Thursday, August 5th: Chapters 19-21, Parents and Children (Volume 2)
Thursday, August 26: Chapters 22-24, Parents and Children (Volume 2)
Thursday, September 16th: Chapters 25-26, Parents and Children (Volume 2)
Thursday, October 7th: Begin Home Education (Volume 3)
We would love for you to join us!
Women's 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 occasionally for nature study, hikes and other inspirational activities with our children.
Welcome, Mamas! We invite you to come and chat about all things Charlotte, ask questions, share resources, and discuss her volumes.
We meet every second Friday from 7:30-9:30 PM. Moms only, nursing babes welcome.
We read Mason's work with intention every month and gather to listen to how each is grappling with Mason's ideas. Taking turns hosting allows us to connect in comfort and confidentiality.
A greatness of thinking - or magnanimity, according to Mason - seasons our conversation. Essentially, when at odds, we "agree to disagree agreeably." We all homeschool differently and have different backgrounds, but we're committed to coming together to create meaningful, encouraging dialogue that seeks to understand Mason's ideas and one another.
As Mason wrote, education is truly an atmosphere, a discipline and a life. That children are whole persons. That the Holy Spirit is the Divine Teacher & we parents are co-collaborators in their education. That we mothers are being taught by the same means. As we seek to authentically interpret her work, we read with this lens in mind.
Welcome! We can't wait to learn alongside you ♥