I have to admit that I’ve learned much more than I expected from this series. I’ve come to truly appreciate the beauty and simplicity of a Charlotte Mason education, and I’m excited to go back, implement what I’ve learned and take advantage of the resources shared.
How about you? What have you learned from this series this month?
Before we close, I’d like to highlight some of the wonderful resources both paid and free, that were shared by the contributors this month. Please stop by their blogs and thank them for graciously participating!
You can find links to the contributor websites, their posts and the giveaways here.
And now on to the resource list!
Lara at Everyday Graces has wonderful Charlotte Mason resources in her shop. Check out her Charlotte Mason Complete Homeschool Planner or the Shakespeare copywork pages. You’ll even find a freebies section there!
Kristina at Blossom + Root has an awesome 20 page unit study on seeds, filled with activities, games and even STEM.
Leah at Growing in Grace, shared a free Charlotte Mason inspired planner. You can grad a copy here.
Ana at They Call Me Blessed would like to give you a free ebook where 30 families share 30 Ways We Homeschool.
Leah at My Little Robbins has an eBook to help you get started on teaching your little ones the alphabet and teach them pre-reading skills.
Joanie at Simple Living Mama shared a Homeschool Preschool Planner, you can find out more here.
Kim at Roots and Books is launching a free online book study on Charlotte Mason’s Home Education (Volume 1 in the CM). I’m doing a similar book study with local friends and it’s been a lot of fun.
Sara at The Homeschool Post is offering a free Habit Tracker. Download yours here if you haven’t already. While you’re there, check out her Mom’s Quiet Time Journal, with writing prompts, coloring pages and printable word art. Over at her Embracing Destiny blog, you’ll find her Creating a Delightful Learning Atmosphere workshop. It was inspired by Charlotte Mason’s philosophy of encouraging lifelong learning. The workshop walks parents through the whys and hows of delight-directed learning, living books, and creating the learning environment at home.
Leah from As We Walk Along the Road, has a fantastic 120 page Charlotte’s Web unit study, which uses many of Charlotte Mason’s methods.
I also invite you to check out my 10 Days of Classical Charlotte Mason series. It is full of my favorite Classical Charlotte Mason resources for every subject.
For more Charlotte Mason inspired goodies check out Sara at Holistic Homeschooler’s shop.
Finally, if you’re still on the fence about Charlotte Mason Homeschooling check out this post with 101 Reasons to Homeschool Creatively Without Curriculum. You’ll find lots of Charlotte Mason inspiration, quotes and how-tos.