Listing Tag: Shakespeare

Lunenburg, MA

Truth, Beauty Goodness CM Community

We meet up to do folk songs, recitations, folk dancing, physical geography, scouting and Handicrafts.

We also are starting a group for middle school and up to read through Shakespeare together and some other subjects. I am open to younger children meeting at the same time if someone else wants to help lead that.

Concord, NH

CM Study Group

Monthly moms' meet up for book study. Typically 2nd Wednesday at 7pm. Panera in Concord NH. Working through the 20 Principles and eventually CM's volumes. Bi-weekly Nature Study and Shakespeare Reader's Theater are forming out of this group also.

San Antonio, TX

Eyes to See Co-Op San Antonio

Eyes to See was established in 2018 as an outdoor co-op. We came together to build a community of families who educate our children according to the Charlotte Mason method. What started out as a nature study and handicraft group has since grown to include classes in art, poetry, Shakespeare and music. We are a welcoming community who share the belief that the best education is powered by a feast of ideas.

Brasília, DF

TeachBeyond – Home Education

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.

An Edifying Education – Charlotte Mason Morning Enrichment Zoom Classes (ages 10-13 & 14 and up))

Middle School (10-13) and High School (14 & up)
Two 16 week terms with maximum class size of 12
One two-hour class per week

Term 1 begins: August 31st for Middle School, September 2nd for High School

Cost: $10 per week for one student, $8 per week for siblings

Includes: Selective, God-honoring, age appropriate literature,
hymns, folksongs, artist study, poetry, Shakespeare and Plutarch

St Johnsbury, VT

Inklings Community

A small Charlotte Mason community, modeled after the True, Good, and Beautiful model that Nancy Kelly describes on Sage Parnassus. The children that attend this group are in Forms 1 through Form 3. Moms are required to be involved and guide discussions and explorations. Shakespeare, Plutarch, scouting and music are the subjects included so far, with hopes to build into more.