Are you considering using the Charlotte Mason way to home educate your children? If so, you may be looking for tips on the Charlotte Mason learning. I thought I would make it easier for you, and pull together one big resource that contains all of my Charlotte Mason learning all in one place.
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Charlotte Mason Learning
My journey with the Charlotte Mason way started in 2000, and even though I only had one resource to help me learn the ropes, I could tell that this method of learning was going to be amazing for our family. All these years later, I’m still a strong Charlotte Mason supporter, and help others trying to find their way through her method.
The thing that appealed to me the most when I was first learning this way of educating was the simple ideals that took the focus off from me, as the ‘teacher’ and put it on the child, where it rightly belonged.
Everywhere I turned to look for fruits of this method in our home, I was seeing signs of rewards. What amazed me was that Charlotte Mason was teaching so much more than how to educate my children with books, but how to organize our home, tips in parenting and even how to stay connected with things that interested me the most.
Getting Started With the Charlotte Mason Way
These are my posts that will help you learn how to get started with the Charlotte Mason way, easier. Added many of her methods at one time isn’t that difficult, but if you ever feel overwhelmed by it all, pick a few of your favorites and add them a little at a time.
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How to Find Confidence to Homeschool the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Create an Atmosphere of Education
How to Create a Discipline of Education
How to Create a Life of Education
10 Charlotte Mason Books All Homeschool Moms Should Read
Ultimate Charlotte Mason Resource Guide
3 Things a Charlotte Mason Curriculum Should Have
What Is a Living Book?
How to Teach the Charlotte Mason Way
If you understand the key things about the Charlotte Mason way, you will be able to teach your children easier. There are a few key things that you will want to put your attention to when starting out and getting. These posts will help you identify them, and implement them.
18 Things that Charlotte Mason Expected 6 Year Olds to Know
21 Things that Charlotte Mason Expected a 12 Year Old to Know
Make Your Own Charlotte Mason Attainable List for Your Individual Child
How to use Living Books In Your Homeschool
How to Teach Copywork and Dictation
A Hands-on Approach for Dictation
How to Teach Preschool through 2nd Grade the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach 3rd through 6th Grade the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach Middle School the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach High School the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Add Music to Your Homeschool
How to Study Geography
How to Teach Geography with Books
How to Teach the Constitution
How to Teach the Election Process to Your Kids
How to Teach Music Appreciation the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach Art Appreciation the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach High School Photography the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach High School Bible the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach High School History the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach High School Science the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Teach High School Literature the Charlotte Mason Way
Nature Study the Charlotte Mason Way
Nature study is one of the easiest things to implement in your homeschooling, and one that your children would love. For me, as a city girl, it was a challenge to really enjoy being in the outdoor, especially when my son naturally fell in love with all things creepy. Seeing how much he was struggling to learn to read, but anything nature involved came so natural to him, this one method became a blessing to both of us.
In fact, nature study is the thing I use to get him out of his struggle of reading and into learning. While he was learning to conquer his struggles, I used the study of birds to get me past my struggle with the outdoors. Now, I love a good nature walk, and don’t mind the creepy things. Well, as long as they aren’t too close to me!
The Beginner’s Guide to Natural Journaling
How to Get Your Kids to Enjoy Nature Journaling
How to Study Nature as a Family
How to Introduce Nature Studies to a Preschooler
Nature Walk Bag
Nature Boxes | How to Keep Your Nature Finds
How to Create a Nature Center
7 Tips to Teach Observation
How to Turn Nature Studies Into Books
How to Study Trees
How to Study Dogwood Trees
How to Study Flowers
How to Study Turtles
How to Study Frogs
How to Study Snakes
How to Study Ducks
How to Study Butterflies
How to Study Birds
How to Study Great Blue Herons
5 Ways to Study the Four Seasons
People and Periods to Study the Charlotte Mason Way
Are you wanting to start digging into learning with focusing on people and periods of history without using textbooks, but not sure where to begin? I have found that having names of people to study is always the best thing to get the most out of focusing on periods of history, while using living books.
10 People from BC Times that Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
10 Revolutionary Men that Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
10 Revolutionary Women that Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
10 Explorers that Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
10 Composers Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
10 Artist Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
10 Inventors Charlotte Mason Would Want Your Kids to Know
Book List and Resources for the Charlotte Mason Way
In our nearly two decades of homeschooling, I have several favorite resources that I just wouldn’t want to homeschool without. However this list of posts are great for you to learn about some great ones that we have loved as well.
My Top 5 Classical Books for Preschoolers
The Ultimate Book List for the American Revolution
The Ultimate List of American History Learning Resources
Creation Book List for All Ages
Creation Audios and Videos for All Ages
A Book List for Christian Boys
A Book List for Christian Girls
The Ultimate Book List of Chocolate
20 Picture Books About Spring
20 Picture Books About Migration
20 Picture Books About Hibernation
How to Use the American Heritage Series the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Use the Animated Stories of the Old Testament the Charlotte Mason Way
How to Use the Moody Bible Institute DVDs the Charlotte Mason Way
More Charlotte Mason Help
There are so many benefits to using the Charlotte Mason way, even if you don’t choose to be a purist to the method. I wanted to be sure to add these addition resources for your benefit, just incase you are still debating a few things and needed more insights on this way of educating your family.
7 Ways the Charlotte Mason Way Can Simplify Your Homeschool
7 Charlotte Mason Methods All Homeschoolers Would Love
Successfully Grading the Charlotte Mason Way
Evaluating Reading Comprehension
5 Reasons to Continue the Charlotte Mason Way In the High School Years
5 Charlotte Mason Methods Perfect for a Co-op Setting
Exploring Free Afternoon Activities
The Charlotte Mason Way Course
Do you want to really learn all you can about the Charlotte Mason way? The Charlotte Mason Way Course is a lifetime membership that includes 14 videos walking you through how to teach this method from preschool through high school. It also includes two bonus videos of examples of my children’s journaling and binder books.
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