July 26, 2018

The Benefits of Reflective Practice by Cathy Barrington

“[W]e perceive that the great work of education is to inspire children with vitalising ideas as to every relation of life, every department of knowledge, every […]
July 16, 2018

Reflections on a week spent at an Unwalled University by Melissa Solomon

My time as a student at “An Unwalled University”—the 2018 English Lake District Retreat Wordsworth referred to the Lake District as “An unwalled university–all dedicated to […]
June 27, 2018

Studying Architecture: Observations With Historic Sites by Kerstin McClintic

Driving down route 17 with the sun beating down at a balmy 75 degrees, I traveled in my not-so-new car with my husband and two kids, […]
May 30, 2018

Mason and the Older Child Immersion by Kerri and Kathryn Forney

The question often comes to mind: What next?  My children or students and I have been reading great books and narrating them orally—now what?  We have […]
May 30, 2018

Are You a CM Beginner?

Are you beginning your Charlotte Mason journey? Have you been learning over the past couple of years but still feel a little overwhelmed? Maybe you are […]
May 28, 2018

Understanding Executive Functions by Andra Smith

  We are responsible to steward what we have been given, and I include in that stewardship our neurochemistry.  Approximately ten percent of us have neurochemistry […]
May 22, 2018

Alveary Immersion With Dr. Jen Spencer and Alveary Team

Are you new to Charlotte Mason’s Alveary? Considering becoming a member? A current member who would love a little extra guidance? If so,  join us for […]
May 21, 2018

“The Blessing of a Kindred Spirit” by Kelli Christenberry

To my friends and companions in the Charlotte Mason journey, I met a new friend this past week, well, many actually, but Kathryn stands out. At […]
May 12, 2018

Sunday-Keeping for Children by Celeste Cruz

Sunday has pursuits of its own; and we are no more willing to give up any part of it to the grind of the common business […]