Listing Tag: nature study

Colorado Springs, CO

Woodlandshire Nature Group

We are a nature group that meets bi-monthly in the Colorado Springs area. We explore new areas as well as visit our favorite spots to observe seasonal changes. We nature journal, explore, fellowship, and do a lot of free play! Oldest child must be at least 7 years old.

Murfreesboro, TN

Charlotte Mason Nature Study Days

We are a Charlotte Mason Nature Study Group. We meet every Friday at 10 am. We begin each day with a nature book read aloud and a short object lesson on a specific nature topic. We then go on a nature walk or hike together. We natural journal together and do a nature handcraft together too.

Join us as we learn and grow in our love and knowledge of the natural world together.

Greenville, SC

Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers of the SC Upstate

Find us on FB at Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers of the SC Upstate. Mamas meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 7pm to read and discuss CM’s Original Series; book club families are invited to join monthly group nature studies. Visitors always welcome to the book group, and the FB page is also a lovely place to connect with local families pursuing a CM way of life. Group has existed and grown since January 2016!

Las Vegas, NV

Ambleside NV – A Charlotte Mason Inspired Community

Ambleside, Las Vegas - A Charlotte Mason Inspired Community. A group of life-long learners, eager to grow our children under the authority bestowed to us by our Creator. We share thoughts, ideas, questions and resources, meetup out of doors and adventure together. Join us as we grow!

Huntingtown, MD

The Southern Maryland Discussion Group

The Southern Maryland Discussion Group is using the "Start Here" study guide by Brandy Vencel, which covers each of Charlotte Mason's 20 principles. We meet in Huntingtown, MD.

No meeting in December
January 8th
February 12th
March 12th
April 9th
May 14th

Eldon, MO

Charlotte Mason at the Lake

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.

Reno, NV

Nevada Nature Study Together

This is a new Nature Study group that will meet twice a month at Oxbow Nature Study Area and other parks in Reno, Nevada. I am thinking of starting the walk with a creation hymn, a short lesson on what to look for, and then a snack picnic and read aloud halfway through the walk. Since this is a new group I would be open for suggestions on other locations and ideas.

Columbus, IN

Tea with Miss Mason

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.

Round Rock, TX

Charlotte Mason Round Rock

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.

Greenville, NC

Children’s Scholé

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.