nb of May Hampson 1912 p 4

Nature Study by May Hampson 1912 – Used by Permission of the Armitt Library and Museum

Charlotte Mason Digital Collection

The Armitt Library and Museum

The US Play Coalition

The Alliance for Childhood



Products of Interests

Riverbend Press

My Calendar of Firsts by Red Mountain Community School

Book of Centuries by Laurie Bestvater


Articles of Interests

The Humanities and Us by Heather Mac Donald

As Children’s Freedom Has Declined, So Has Their Creativity – Psychology Today

Charlotte Mason Today by Lisa Cadora

Regional Retreat Tips by Lisa Cadora

How to End the Age of Inattention

The Starry Night- Fujimura

UK, Unv of Cumbria Prof writes about CM

Scientific Enquiry Among the Preschool Set – NY Times

Is Accountability Undermining American Education?

University of Cumbria Mason Centre Survey

The Medium is the Medium by David Brooks

You Won’t Remember This Article, or Anything Else You Read Online, Unless You Print It Out by Drake Baer

What Learning Cursive Does for Your Brain by William Klemm, D.V.M., Ph.D

Reading Literature Makes Us Smarter and Nicer

A School Without Screens

May 2014 Recent Resources on Play

The Importance of Outdoor Experiences

In Cardus‘ journal entitled Comment:  A Theology for the Common Good you can find an article written by Dr. Deani Van Pelt on Charlotte Mason.  It is entitled:  For a Great Door is Opened.


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