Listing Type: Group
Shady Shores, TX
We are a group of moms meeting monthly to discuss the works of Charlotte Mason. Join us for a cup of tea the second Tuesday of each month from 7:00-9:30ish pm in Shady Shores, just south of Denton. Message me at 214-78three-8350.
Wake Forest, NC
We meet the third Tuesday of the month from 7:30-9:30 p.m. to discuss Charlotte Mason's volumes and what it means to implement her principles in our homes and classrooms. Feel free to reach out with questions or to be added to our email list!
The Charlotte Mason Institute hosts several different online study groups each semester (seasons run from January-June and July-December) for community, growth, and encouragement. Groups typically meet once a month via zoom for an hour and a half, and extra articles and resources and a forum to chat with others in the group are provided with registration.
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.
Hilltop Academy is a drop off class day that meets one day a week for three 10 week terms. We hope to ease the hands and hearts of home schooling parents by providing a full day of morning core classes to students in grades 1-8 and afternoon electives to students in grades 1-12. We teach from our understanding of Charlotte Mason's philosophy and methods.
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.
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.
We are a new CM book study group that will begin in September 2021. We meet twice monthly on the first and third Thursdays of the month from 7-8:30 at a member's home. We will plan to begin by reading For the Children's Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, and then will transition to reading CM's volumes.