Regular fellowship with a group of moms who “get you” is important. Having a place where you can discuss Charlotte Mason’s philosophy and methods will better equip you to implement them in your homeschool. Here are some tips for starting your own Charlotte Mason Discussion Group.
Six volumes. Charlotte Mason wrote six volumes about her educational philosophy. I don’t know about you, but when I first started learning about this method I was a little overwhelmed and wondered how to get started. From the little research I had done I knew the main points of her philosophy were to create “an atmosphere, a discipline, a life” where children would learn and grow in character. But what
Map drill is an easy and effective way to learn where major cities and countries are located around the world. This knowledge is becoming increasingly more important and relevant as our world seems to shrink every day and current events and news are relayed to us faster and faster. Here’s a look at why you should conduct map drill and how to make it happen in your homeschool, plus six ways to add variety to map drill in your homeschool.
I have not always scheduled term examinations in our homeschool. I didn’t know what questions to ask or how to conduct the examinations. It was simply overwhelming. After years of studying Charlotte Mason’s philosophy, I now realize the importance of term examinations and am learning how to incorporate them. Here’s a look at four of the benefits of examinations for Charlotte Mason homeschools and how to implement them in your homeschool.