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Charlotte Mason Poetry

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Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason’s living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
 
Through twice monthly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
Welcome to The Charlotte Mason Show, a podcast dedicated to discussing Miss Mason’s philosophy, principles, and methods. It is our hope that each episode will leave you inspired and offer practical wisdom on how to provide this rich living education in your modern homeschool. On Mondays, you can listen in on discussions with Charlotte Mason mamas, interviews with seasoned homeschool parents, and even CM 101 classes. Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Pull up a chair. We are ...
 
For many years now, Afterthoughts has been a sort of intellectual watering hole for classical, Charlotte Mason homeschooling mamas. At Afterthoughts, we have spent over a decade nourishing our minds on theology, educational philosophy, and a million other books and subjects thrown in – all the while bringing these ideas into a direct collision course with our daily lives. As an audio companion, this podcast is a chance to hear Afterthoughts blog posts rather than read them. Couple that with ...
 
Listen to Charlotte Mason's volumes! Read aloud by Min Hwang, a long-time student of Charlotte Mason and a home-educator of 4 precious children, and Amanda Coleman, a Charlotte Mason homeschool mom of 5 beautiful children and missionary in Ethiopia. This podcast is a ministry of Life-giving Motherhood, a nonprofit committed to nurturing Gospel-reliant moms, around the word, as they grow a legacy of faith - one habit at a time. Find Min and Amanda at www.lifegivingmotherhood.org and on Instag ...
 
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Richele shares how Charlotte Mason math lessons help you retain a child's happy relationship with math—and a healthy relationship between you and your child. The Atmosphere of the Charlotte Mason Math Lesson originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
 
We live in a world where homeschool families are often far away from relatives. They do all the work of teaching themselves, without tutors or help. A governess? Just a relic of the past! Can Charlotte Mason’s volumes speak to these kinds of families? Families like ours? In 1924, Elsie Kitching reached out to mothers … The post Letters from Mothers…
 
Ensuring your children leave home with the ability to write well, to communicate with excellence, is vital no matter what field your child chooses to pursue after high school. Imparting this skill is not arduous for the homeschool mom if she follows the essential and progressive steps given by Charlotte Mason. By teaching children to think with the…
 
Homeschooling teenage boys has its own challenges. The ADE ladies welcome Cathy McKay in the Voices of the Conference series to share her wisdom and experience in raising teen boys. Attendees of the 2022 ADE at HOME Virtual Conference will be glad for more opportunity to learn from Cathy.
 
Richele shares how Charlotte Mason math lessons help you retain a child's happy relationship with math—and a healthy relationship between you and your child. The Atmosphere of the Charlotte Mason Math Lesson originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
 
Editor’s Note: Our fifth article in the Elsie Kitching Series brings us to 1936. That year was the fiftieth anniversary of the Charlotte Mason method, born by the publication of Home Education in 1886. Elsie Kitching had been serving as the Director of the Parents’ Union School and the editor of The Parents’ Review since … The post After Fifty Year…
 
Sonya answers questions about how to know when you're pressuring a child too much, and how to know when it's time to move on to a new habit. Habits Q & A: Avoiding Pressuring a Child; When to Move on to a New Habit originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
 
Sonya answers questions about how to know when you're pressuring a child too much, and how to know when it's time to move on to a new habit. Habits Q & A: Avoiding Pressuring a Child; When to Move on to a New Habit originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.
 
Editor’s Note, by Haley Struecker Miss Ellen A. Parish was known in Ambleside as a woman of constant bravery, and such a reputation must have befitted her, for in January of 1923, the will of Miss Charlotte Mason named her “Principal of the House of Education for life.” Ms. Essex Cholmondeley, biographer of Miss Mason, … The post Home Education Und…
 
Thanksgiving, Christmas, parties, church events, out of town guests, and HOMESCHOOLING!!! Oh my! It can seem so overwhelming this time of year to try and do ALL the things. In this super timely episode, Julie Ross shares a few practical tips to homeschool during this holiday season without loosing your mind. Keep a routine Make realistic expectatio…
 
Editor’s Note: On January 5, 1927, a PNEU Meeting was held in London in conjunction with the Conference of Educational Associations. The subject under discussion was “Modern Educational Agencies and the Parents’ Union School.” Henrietta Franklin chaired the meeting and opened by explaining how the late Charlotte Mason had evaluated new developments…
 
American schools are turning out students that cannot write. College professors complain of the lack of proficient writing skills in college students. When Jeannie was a TA at Fairfield University, she found that even many Masters level students were deficient in writing. As is often the case, Charlotte Mason witnessed the way composition was being…
 
A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason podcast seeks to inspire, encourage, and explain the Charlotte Mason method. During the midwinter ADE at Home {Virtual} Conference, all three take place in various presentations. On today's episode, hear how many different individuals participate in this conference either with friends, away from home, at home.…
 
Editor’s Note: The December 1926 issue of The Parents’ Review was subtitled “Of Little Children” and said that “This number has been prepared by special request.”[1] The issue was to contain several articles and poems about children, but the editor also wanted to include first-hand advice from actual mothers who had been trained at the … The post T…
 
Calm, curiosity, compassion, clarity, creativity, confidence, courage, and connection. In this episode, Michelle Brownell dives into the mindsets that are so important for parents to understand and embrance when it comes to homeschooling their children. Embracing these eight essential mindsets will not only impact the way you interact with your chi…
 
Hoy traemos a ustedes un nuevo artículo sobre la historia de cómo el volumen 2 Parents and Children- Padres e hijos se publicó. Este trabajo fue llevado a cabo por Art Middlekauff en Mayo del 2020 y autorizado para su traducción al castellano por el equipo de Charlotte Mason Online y Silvana Cecotto como traductora de este proyecto. Puedes comparti…
 
Editor’s Note, by Jennifer Talsma On April 14, 1925, Miss Elsie Kitching delivered the opening address to “The Parent’s Union School Gathering at Canterbury,” an event that fulfilled a wish Charlotte Mason had expressed in 1910, when, during a trip to that old city, she told Miss Kitching “What a wonderful place this would be … The post A Great Inh…
 
Fall, with its changing leaves and lovely weather, is a delightful time for nature exploration. In this episode, Jeannie chats with Cindy West of No Sweat Nature Study. Together they discuss some practical ways for making nature study a regular part of your day. They also share some unique ways you can make fall and winter nature study an exciting …
 
Bienvenidos a ''la gran conversación'' de Un Reto Placentero 2.0 lectura sobre los volúmenes de Charlotte Mason. En el encuentro de hoy cuarto sábado de octubre, reunión tercera, conversaremos sobre diferentes temas que surgen de la lectura: lectura con niños mayores, redacción, iniciando narración y redacción con adolescentes, el estudio de la Bib…
 
Bienvenidos a ''la gran conversación'' de Un Reto Placentero 2.0 lectura sobre los volúmenes de Charlotte Mason. En el encuentro de hoy cuarto viernes de octubre, reunión tercera, conversaremos sobre diferentes temas que surgen de la lectura: lectura con niños mayores y un gran tiempo dedicado al dictado desde el punto de vista y experiencia de una…
 
Living books are the heart of the Charlotte Mason method of education, and providing a wide variety of books is essential. Of special importance to families in this century is reading living books about and from the perspective of people of various ethnic backgrounds. Today's guest, Nicole Cottrell, describes her gift to the Charlotte Mason communi…
 
Several years ago, a good friend of mine told me that he had been asked by his church to teach a class for some of the children. He had never done anything like this before, so he was not sure what to do or what to expect, but he said he would do it anyway. … The post A Code of Education in the Gospels first appeared on Charlotte Mason Poetry.…
 
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