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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.
Event for parents
We are a group of mothers in the Tomball/Spring/Cypress/Woodlands area (and surrounding!). We get together to learn more about CM and read her volumes. We meet weekly for nature hikes and journaling but most of all we enrich and encourage each other!
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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 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.
Living Books Library for parents and students
WBLL is a private lending library of rare living books, serving homeschool families in and around Manistee County, Michigan. We have over 2,000 living books, and counting, which are shelved in our home (Over 700 of which are listed on the Reshelving Alexandria website). We want to rescue and preserve as many excellent books as we can, and we invite you to use our books, while sparing you the expense of having to buy them all.
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.
Group for students
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.
Living Books Library for parents
Ensor's Books is a private, family-owned preservation lending library in Shelbyville, TN. We have a large collection of excellent living books to share with homeschool families in Middle TN. See our website for membership information.
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.
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.
Living Books Library for parents and students
The Ducommun Library is located in Grandview, Texas and is a privately-owned and hand-curated collection of over 2,000 living books. Any individual and family are welcome to apply for membership.
Small annual fee. By appointment only.
*Re-opening in Fall 2021*
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.
CM Nature Group is a free monthly gathering of like-minded CM family's. We do nature study walks at Sodalis Nature Preserve and other locations. In inclement weather we meet in homes to do handicrafts and other activities connected to Amblesideonline.
The Wild Mockingbirds Tribe (WMT) was founded in 2016 and is the Charlotte Mason (CM) homeschool group in the Metro Area of Jackson, Mississippi. Building an intimate community to grow and educate their children following the CM method is the heart and goal of WMT. Member families have children of all ages, stages, and abilities who live as far north as Canton, as far south as Star, as far east as Puckett, and as far west as Vicksburg. WMT is active with multiple events occurring each week year-round, affording families the opportunity to participate in as many events as their schedule allows. Monthly events include a Mom’s Book Club, Kid’s Book Club, Charlotte Mason Volume Study, Service Club for junior and high school aged kids, Nature Poke Around, Handicrafts + Plutarch, Shakespeare, Music, and Foreign Language (rotated monthly), and Mother’s Tea. Quarterly, WMT has weekend events for the whole family including camp outs and game nights. Because members are so geographically spread out, several events’ locations are rotated each quarter to a suitable venue near families’ hometowns. Driving is shared and families get to experience new locales they may not otherwise visit. The only membership requirements are following the CM method and active participation in at least one (real life) event per quarter.
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.
We are a small, informal group of Charlotte Mason homeschoolers in Juneau, AK. We have a mothers' book discussion group, and we sometimes gather for nature outings or share other CM-style activities. We always love to find other Charlotte Mason homeschoolers!
We are a community of Charlotte Mason followers located in eastern Pennsylvania between Carbon County and the Lehigh Valley. The Charlotte Mason philosophy of education is one in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Therefore, while we do see value in other methods of education, it is the sole intention of this group to learn about and adhere to the philosophy of Charlotte Mason. In this way, we will gain a deeper understanding of each part of her method (each part being inherently valuable in its own right) so that our families may fully benefit from the whole feast of her method.
We are a community that meets in person and uses Facebook solely as a convenient method of communication. Membership to this group is limited to those who regularly attend our meetings. We ask that you make the effort to arrive on time since we have our meetings carefully planned to make full use of everyone’s time. If you have a friend who is interested in joining our group, bring them! Acceptance to our Facebook group is only granted after attending at least one of our meetings.
If there are any unforeseen circumstances (eg. bad weather) we will let you know by 10:00 AM on the morning of our scheduled meeting. Therefore, please check the Event page the morning of each meeting to confirm the time and location of our meeting.
The goal of this group is to study and implement the Charlotte Mason method of education by:
1. Meeting the specific needs of people who are just beginning to learn about Charlotte Mason.
2. Reading through the Charlotte Mason’s original volumes and other supporting educational material.
3. Dedicating time to cultivating our personal “mother culture.”
4. Helping each other with the practical aspects of exactly how to teach lessons, what materials to use and how to schedule our days.
5. Creating an environment for our children in which they can partake of the feast with other children by going on Nature Walks, doing Object Lessons, Nature Journaling, working on Handicrafts, and other topics as the group sees fit.
6. Discerning which educational tools and curricula available in today’s market adhere to the Charlotte Mason philosophy of education and to be able to clearly elucidate for members which tools and curricula do not follow CM’s methods and how they deviate from her teachings.
7. Creating a pleasant, welcoming community that embraces each day as a treasure given to us by God
We are a small homeschooling group of Christians, together on this journey of raising the next generation of warriors for our King's work.
We meet every Lord's Day in our homes for worship; but also once or twice throughout the week both formally and informally in the spirit of the early church, sharing our lives, supporting each other in this worthy call of creating healthy, ideas-rich, habit-trained homes and families upon the foundation of Scripture and the principles of Charlotte Mason.