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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
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Simply Charlotte Mason Audio Blog
 
The weekly Simply Charlotte Mason homeschooling blog read by Sonya Shafer
 
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AfterCast: An Audio Companion for the Classical, Charlotte Mason Mama
 
For many years now, Afterthoughts has been a sort of intellectual watering hole for all of you classical, Charlotte Mason homeschooling mamas out there – I like to call you Afterthinkers. You are thinking people – idea people – who never let a good book go to waste. You keep yourselves intellectually agile by reading books, often old books, seeking out the best that has been thought and said, and mixing it into your everyday lives of laundry and dishes and dinner and long division. At Aftert ...
 
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Charlotte Mason Poetry
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Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason's living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
 
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Through weekly conversations, three moms who have studied the Charlotte Mason method of education and put her ideas into practice in their homes join together to share with one another for the benefit of listeners by giving explanations of Mason's principles and examples of those principles put into practice out of their own teaching experience. These short discussions aim at providing information, support, and encouragement for others by unfolding the myriad aspects.
 
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Scholé Sisters: Camaraderie for the Classical Homeschooling Mama
 
Scholé Sisters is the podcast for the classical homeschooling mama who seeks to learn and grow while she’s helping her children learn and grow. Scholé Sisters is a casual conversation about topics that matter to those of us in the trenches of classical homeschooling who yearn for something more than just checking boxes and getting it all done. In each episode, we cover our Scholé RDA {places to go for inspiration and growth}, a topical discussion relying on principles we find in books by peo ...
 
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The Mason Jar
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Featuring award-winning author and speaker, Cindy Rollins, this beloved podcast is all Charlotte Mason all the time. Join Cindy and host David Kern as they (and their guest) discuss topics like narration, nature study, morning time, and more. The Mason Jar is a production of the CiRCE Institute. Learn more at circeinstitute.com.
 
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Cultivating Grace
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Join us as we cultivate grace into the principles and practices of homeschool and motherhood. Homeschool experts and mom mentors will be here to share encouragement, tackle questions about homeschooling methods, learning styles, and help you cultivate a home and mom-life filled with learning and love. Right here -- every other Saturday.
 
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Angela O'Dell - Podcasts
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Join author and speaker, Angela O'Dell, for encouragement. Psalm 62
 
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CiRCE Institute Podcast Network
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The CiRCE Institute Podcast Network is made up 6 podcasts: - Quiddity: Our flagship podcast - The Mason Jar featuring Cindy Rollins, on Charlotte Mason, - Close Reads, a book club podcast, featuring Angelina Stanford and Tim McIntosh - The Commons, on the lives and times of people worth imitating, with Brian Phillips - A Perpetual Feast: All Homer, all the time, with Wes Callihan and Andrew Kern - The Ask Andrew Podcast, in which Andrew Kern answers your questions about Christian classical e ...
 
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How To for The Early Years
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Charlotte Mason advocated no formal education for children under age 6, so what do we do for kids younger than that? This podcast focuses on educating your child at home using the Charlotte Mason style.
 
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For quite a while I have been thinking about what it would look like to bring Charlotte Mason’s philosophy into Sunday School. When my pastor called a church meeting a couple of weeks ago, I thought it would be a perfect time to share my ideas. The following is the email I wrote to him …
 
Editor’s Note, by Heidi Buschbach As I mentioned in my previous article, Musical Drill Practices, I have felt for many years that Mason’s music curriculum was sorely lacking the means to foster musical literacy in children. In my music training, I learned that children need to learn music internally, as we do a language, through ……
 
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Charlotte Mason Poetry
 
In my last post we looked at how Mason developed her principles of education regarding rhythmic movement from special and general revelation. To develop her living principles, she studied God’s word and science, and she observed children. If you missed that post, I encourage you to go back and read or listen to it. It’s ……
 
Editor’s note: Helen Wix graduated from Charlotte Mason’s House of Education in 1903, but she began writing articles for The Parents’ Review even when she was still a student. In May of 1903, an examination in cardboard sloyd was held at the House of Education, and Wix “passed with distinction.” However, her distinction extended well beyond slo ...…
 
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Editor’s note: This article is the second in a series on the teaching of physics by Richele Baburina, author of Mathematics: An Instrument for Living Teaching, published by Simply Charlotte Mason. In this series we are looking at the study of physics in a Charlotte Mason classroom using a Kipling poem as the device to ……
 
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Editor’s Note, by Heidi Buschbach Charlotte Mason valued music as a significant part of “the feast.” The two main components of musical training are pitch (tune) and rhythm (time). Our author, Miss Dorothy Walker, carefully observed children and noticed that they tended to struggle with rhythmic expression when playing instruments. She felt the ...…
 
Rhythmic movement and sound can be observed all around you in the ticking of a clock, the daily movement of the sun, the marching of a band, and the crashing of the waves. The chicka-dee-dee-dee of a bird, the inching of a worm, and the mother rocking her baby to sleep while humming a tune …
 
Editor’s note: In 1902, George F. Husband left Stockton-on-Tees to work for the school system of neighboring Middlesbrough. There he eventually found himself headmaster of an elementary school. But it was no ordinary elementary school. It was a school “where the children came from among the poorest and most disreputable part of slumland, famili ...…
 
Editor’s note: This article is the first in a series on the teaching of physics by Richele Baburina, author of Mathematics: An Instrument for Living Teaching, published by Simply Charlotte Mason. Imagine that you are inside a space capsule—a spherical capsule with no front or back end. Its engines are off, so you are not accelerating. ……
 
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Editor’s Note: In the April, 1914 issue of The Parents’ Review, Charlotte Mason introduced the PNEU to Rudolf Eucken (1846-1926). Mason knew the German philosopher from a book by Meyrick Booth which she reviewed that month. Mason wrote that Booth “shows what the thinkers of the past have done towards the solution of ‘the great and ancient probl ...…
 
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Charlotte Mason Poetry
 
My family and I are Charlotte Mason newbies, as in, I just finished my first month of implementing her philosophy. We are new, but we are in love with every aspect of her method. We have seen first-hand how embracing her approach creates peace and cultivates learning in the home. Charlotte Mason is the first ……
 
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It is commonly known that Charlotte Mason left twenty principles as a compass to keep teachers on a steady course toward the right objective, but Mason also wrote six books. The Parents’ Review contains hundreds of articles. If the twenty principles cover everything, why is there so much literature on Mason’s method? I have a ……
 
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Editor’s Note: I have a confession to make. I don’t really know what I’m doing. I have read Miss Mason’s books and studied many Parents’ Review articles, but I don’t have the experience of teaching a child all the way through high school. My oldest child is nine and I have never homeschooled fourth grade. This ……
 
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Charlotte Mason Poetry
 
Editor’s Note: When Charlotte Mason was laid to rest in the grounds of her home church of St. Mary’s in Ambleside, the Rev. Francis Lewis assisted at the burial service. Charlotte Mason had named only two individuals to execute her will. The first was her close friend Henrietta Franklin; the second was Rev. Lewis. Lewis had also ……
 
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Charlotte Mason Poetry
 
Authority… is also considerate, and that is why a good mother is the best home-ruler; she is in touch with the children, knows their unspoken schemes and half-formed desires, and where she cannot yield, she diverts; she does not crush with a sledge-hammer, an instrument of rule with which a child is somehow never very ……
 
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When we last talked about sloyd, we explored the principles to be employed while teaching it. This article assumes that the reader understands the principles. There are many ways that sloyd philosophy and Miss Mason’s philosophy agree and complement each other; however, the way Mason used sloyd in her programmes is what specifically concerns us ...…
 
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CiRCE Institute Podcast Network
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: Introducing morning time to pre-schoolers How to use written narration with a formal writing curriculum Advice on teaching boys to read Charlotte Mason and Classical Education *** This episode is brought to you by Morningtide to Eventide, purveyors of planne ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: Introducing morning time to pre-schoolers How to use written narration with a formal writing curriculum Advice on teaching boys to read Charlotte Mason and Classical Education *** This episode is brought to you by Morningtide to Eventide, purveyors of planne ...…
 
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South India By Mrs. Senior The Parents’ Review, 1919, pp. 303-307 Editor’s Note: Many of the teachers-in-training at the House of Education were governesses. Does this mean that Charlotte Mason’s method can only be implemented faithfully by families with governesses? Not at all! Read this wonderful testimony from a mother in 1919 who implemente ...…
 
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Reading through Charlotte Mason’s six volumes, you will rarely come across the word “sloyd,” but if you look through the archives you will find statements like this: “Miss Mason always says she believes Sloyd to be the most valuable and most educative of all the handicrafts” (Pennethorne, 1906, p. 3). So what exactly is sloyd and ……
 
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Talking Mom2Mom – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
Lindsey has three book recommendations for every homeschooling mama that are must-reads before entering the new school year. These three books will encourage you to look to Christ daily. They will challenge you to rethink your method of homeschooling, all while helping to confirm within you why you chose to homeschool in the first place. Finall ...…
 
Picture study is a simple Charlotte Mason method, taking only a few minutes each week. Yet that practice can yield wonderful results. Lingering with one artist and allowing the students to look closely and carefully at his work—to look for themselves—is the key. When children are allowed to do that, they are free to form […] Happy Results: Elsi ...…
 
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Simply Charlotte Mason Audio Blog
 
We’re not talking about blueprints and square footage today. Rather, the question, How large is your student’s room?, refers to a powerful passage that Charlotte Mason wrote in School Education. It’s not about architecture; it’s about curriculum. Let me explain. Picture a toddler who is learning about this world. That toddler wants to explore e ...…
 
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Charlotte Mason's young students had an abundant feast. This episode summarizes and reflects on the aspects of the subjects included for the upper part of the first form of school. What do they move on to after that first introductory year?
 
This is the first in a two podcast series that goes along with my blog series, Charlotte Mason for Today's Student.
 
Charlotte Mason’s original six-volume series is a wealth of ideas, encouragement, and good humor. The books are not easy reading, but they are rich reading. You will gain much insight and confidence if you spend even ten minutes a day reading and then narrating to yourself what you have read. I often get asked, “Which […] Inside the 6 Volumes o ...…
 
Join us to learn all about the beauty of Charlotte Mason homeschooling.
 
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Simply Charlotte Mason Audio Blog
 
I’ve had two constant companions over the 20 years that I’ve been homeschooling: my husband John and my pink six-volume set of The Original Home Schooling Series by Charlotte Mason. Several years ago we had the privilege of getting to know Dean and Karen Andreola. Such wonderful people! One of the first things we did […] The “Pinks” Are Back or ...…
 
Andrew Pudewa has graciously agreed to come on the How To For The Early Years podcast and we are so excited to talk to him about the role of the father in home education. Andrew is a father of seven children and grandfather to soon to be nine kiddos! He is the Director for the Institute of Excellence in Writing and is passionate about "addressi ...…
 
See our list of 7 favorite living science books and get a free set of science note booking pages here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/7-living-science-books/ Living Science Books are a wonderful way to engage your children in the study of science.
 
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Charlotte Mason wanted children to set good intellectual habits, and these begin in the first year of formal lessons. A. A. Milne said, "Now we are Six," Mason said, "Now it's time to read," and this episode will describe the scope of the first year of school and its lessons.
 
Of the many gifts that we can give our children, one of the greatest is a love of nature. And the sooner we encourage that relationship, the more time they will have to develop it and enjoy its benefits. Charlotte Mason described such a gift like this: “A love of Nature, implanted so early that […] Happy Results: Heather F.’s Nature Study Story ...…
 
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Simply Charlotte Mason Audio Blog
 
Once upon a time there was a little village nestled at the foot of snow-capped mountains. Its greatest treasure was a sparkling, life-giving stream that flowed right down the center. The people who lived near that stream were happy and vibrant. One day the Town Council gathered to go over the budget, and they came […] A Flowing Stream originall ...…
 
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Charlotte Mason advice to your frequently asked questions, this time on narration with non-Mason students, required standardized state testing, and the long-awaited, "What do we do in the summer?"
 
Balance is a needful, but often elusive, state. We yearn for it, yet often we don’t consciously think about it until it’s gone. When life is humming along smoothly, we don’t usually focus on possible tweaks and changes we may need to make. It’s when we lose our balance and things get wobbly, or come […] Keeping Your Balance, 2017–18 Calendar Jo ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: Whether Charlotte Mason's volumes should be reading a particular order Whether morning time is necessary for a true Charlotte Mason (or classical) approach to education Whether morning time is too heavy on what is called "the riches" *** As always, press the ...…
 
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CiRCE Institute Podcast Network
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: Whether Charlotte Mason's volumes should be reading a particular order Whether morning time is necessary for a true Charlotte Mason (or classical) approach to education Whether morning time is too heavy on what is called "the riches" *** As always, press the ...…
 
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Charlotte Mason was a proponent of the instruction in Sloyd. What is it, and when and how is it taught? Emily interviews guest Brittney McGann, who has researched the topic and practiced this subject in her home and has many practical tips to share and resources to recommend.
 
If you have ever sat on a three-legged stool, you know how important the three legs are to keeping your balance. Take away any of the legs and the stool becomes unstable. It’s the same with a Charlotte Mason education. Charlotte described her philosophy of education in three words—three legs of a stool, if you […] You Need All Three: Atmosphere ...…
 
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The Homeschool Sanity Show – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
Summer is nearly here! Whether you are year-round homeschoolers or need to find ways to keep the education going while you take a break, this episode is for you. READ THE BLOG POST or WATCH ON YOUTUBE Links Learn Math Fast (use code SANITY5 or SANITY10 for a discount). Join me at the Psychowith6 Facebook page for a video review and giveaway on ...…
 
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The Homeschool Sanity Show – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
Summer is nearly here! Whether you are year-round homeschoolers or need to find ways to keep the education going while you take a break, this episode is for you. READ THE BLOG POST or WATCH ON YOUTUBE Links Learn Math Fast (use code SANITY5 or SANITY10 for a discount). Join me at the Psychowith6 Facebook page for a video review and giveaway on ...…
 
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The Homeschool Sanity Show – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
Summer is nearly here! Whether you are year-round homeschoolers or need to find ways to keep the education going while you take a break, this episode is for you. READ THE BLOG POST or WATCH ON YOUTUBE Links Learn Math Fast (use code SANITY5 or SANITY10 for a discount). Join me at the Psychowith6 Facebook page for a video review and giveaway on ...…
 
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The Homeschool Sanity Show – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
Summer is nearly here! Whether you are year-round homeschoolers or need to find ways to keep the education going while you take a break, this episode is for you. READ THE BLOG POST or WATCH ON YOUTUBE Links Learn Math Fast (use code SANITY5 or SANITY10 for a discount). Join me at the Psychowith6 Facebook page for a video review and giveaway on ...…
 
We all know that we should read to our children, but there are also benefits to the practice of telling our children stories. On this episode of the podcast Charlotte Mason educator and master storyteller Sheila Carroll is here to talk about the benefits of sharing stories, some techniques to use, and how to enchant your children with wonderful ...…
 
Hear Megan's story about her transition into motherhood, her discovery of Charlotte Mason's education philosophy, and how she incorporates it into her home school life. Megan also does a reading from Walt Whitman's, "Leaves of Grass." SHOW NOTES (from Megan): Online Resources: Circe Institute's The Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins. She is my hero. ...…
 
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A Delectable Education Charlotte Mason Podcast
 
Charlotte Mason developed her educational method for all students, but many feel that by high school they must get on to more serious preparation for college or career and abandon the course they have been on. The moms of A Delectable Education discuss the high school years, what studies are tackled, how to deal with college transcripts and app ...…
 
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Simply Charlotte Mason Audio Blog
 
I have a little saying that sums up my goals for my children’s Bible lessons: Get the Word in your children and your children in the Word. The first part of that goal—get the Word in your children—is done through short, daily Scripture Memory. The second part of that goal—get your children in the Word—reflects […] Get Your Student in the Word o ...…
 
We at SCM are committed to continue to grow and improve the resources that we offer. As our name suggests, our goal is to make it simple for you to give your children an enjoyable, quality Charlotte Mason education. Today we are pleased to announce three updated and revised lesson plan books: Middle Ages, Renaissance, […] New Lesson Plan Books ...…
 
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