Our Classical Charlotte Mason Weekly Schedule

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Our Classical Charlotte Mason Weekly Schedule - Today I'm giving you a peek at what a combination of the the Classical Education, and Charlotte Mason philosophies looks like in our homeschool.

Welcome to day 4 of our Classical Charlotte Mason homeschooling series. So far we’ve discussed the principles of Classical education, principles of a Charlotte Mason education and some similarities (in my opinion), between the two.

Today I’m giving you a peek at what a combination of these philosophies looks like in our homeschool.

Classical Charlotte Mason Curriculum and Resources

For the last 4 years, we’ve used a combination of Classical and Charlotte Mason curriculum and resources. We’re pretty happy with the results. Some of our favorite free resources are Open Biola, Ambleside Online, YouTube (always exercise caution when on YouTube), No Fear Shakespeare and of course our local library.

Some of the curriculum we love, that has worked very well with our Classical Charlotte Mason style includes the History Revealed, Notgrass History, Memoria Press composition, Latin and logic, Apologia science, Life of Fred math, Grammar Galaxy for language Arts, and Classical Conversations flashcards for fact review.

20 Days of Charlotte Mason Homeschooling

Our Classical Charlotte Mason Weekly Schedule

This will be our 2nd year of year round homeschooling. We like to take time off every so often, therefore we school in 6 week terms (six weeks on, one week off).

I’ve been busy planning our first six week term, this is what week 1 looks like. Click on the image below, to take a closer look.

Our Classical Charlotte Mason Weekly Schedule

It may look like there’s lot of material to cover, however please note that I’m homeschooling two middle schoolers and two high schoolers this year. Also notice that our history, geography and literature curriculum go hand in hand. I also try to line up our  artist and composer study with the time period we’re focusing on.

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Some of the subjects we’re passionate about are history, literature, and science. We spend a lot of time on these three, and our schedule is a reflection of that.

I look forward to sharing some planning tips and templates with you on the last day of our series.

Do you plan your homeschool year in advance? If so how much do you plan?
Are you a go with the flow homeschooler?

Join me tomorrow, as I share our favorite Classical Charlotte Mason language arts resources. Don’t miss the rest of the Classical Charlotte Mason Homeschooling series. Be sure to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a couple of our favorite resources.

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  1. Thank your for this series. I look forward to learning more as I find myself debating between the two styles. We are just starting out with a kindergartener but I like to see what the future may hold for our homeschool.

    1. So glad you’re enjoying it AJ! Homeschooling allows us to treat each child as an individual, and to customize everything we do according to who they are. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  2. I just found your website and am so excited to go through all of this. So far (I have a 4.5 yr old and 2 yr old, so JUST beginning everything) I love Charlotte Mason style and think we will go with that. ? I can’t wait to delve in more

    1. Hi Tara! Sometimes I wish I was just starting with littles because it’s been so much fun, I don’t want it to end. You have some exciting times ahead. Charlotte Mason had some wonderful ideas, I’d recommend reading For The Children’s Sake, now. It’s a great introduction to her philosophy, I wish I’d had read it first. Good luck, and hope you hear more for you in the future!!

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