Today's episode is brought to you by Audible. Get your free Audible Trial here. Listen here: Charlotte Mason Music Education - the Why As homeschoolers, it is easy to get overwhelmed by all the subjects and topics we want to cover. We want to teach all the beautiful and lovely things! We all desire to give our children the best education … [Read more...]
The Charlotte Mason method is based on Charlotte’s firm belief that the child is a person and we must educate that whole person, not just his mind.
Charlotte Mason's Student Motto:
"I am, I can, I ought, I will."
"I am, I can, I ought, I will." This was the motto she gave us. I am a human being, one of God's children; I can do right by my fellowmen and by myself; I ought so to do and God help me, I will so do. Is this not a great message she has given us? - Michael A. E. Franklin, one of Charlotte Mason's students
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Handicrafts are one of my favorite parts of a Charlotte Mason education. Helping our children to develop patience, fine motor skills, diligence in following directions, and more, these activities are integral to the development of their minds and bodies. With the chilly weather finally upon us, making these delightful quilled paper snowflakes … [Read more...]
Charlotte Mason Advent Traditions We are so incredibly excited for Advent this year! Preparing A Gentle Advent for you has warmed our hearts so much toward the coming season. We are delighted that so many of you have decided to join us, and there is plenty of space for your family if you haven't committed to an Advent study yet! You don't have to … [Read more...]
Meaningful Gifts for Holidays and Homeschool Graduation Tis the season! All the gift-giving for holidays, hostess gifts, graduations, engagements, and other holiday happenings is enough to make you max out your bank account on knick-knacks from online stores filled with "stuff" that no one really needs. What about gifts that are meaningful? … [Read more...]
Listen to What is Charlotte Mason Motherhood? here: Motherhood and Charlotte Mason Have you heard of the term ‘mother culture’ while perusing your favorite Facebook group? If you’re wondering what the mother culture definition is and where it came from and you are teaching your children at home, STOP what you are doing right now and continue … [Read more...]
Today's episode is brought to you by Audible. Get your free Audible Trial here. Listen here: GOALS & GRACE for Working Homeschool Moms Welcome, friends. Today is part two of GOALS & GRACE. Today, we are going to be talking about grace as a working homeschool mom. Grace is your permission slip to dream big, to love … [Read more...]
Today's episode is brought to you by Audible. Get your free Audible Trial here. Listen here: Connecting through Creating Hi, friends. This is Meghann with Practically Hippie, a blog about motherhood, simple living, and our Charlotte Mason inspired homeschool. I'm also the creator of Rooted Childhood, a seasonal collection of ways to … [Read more...]
All American History Field Trips for Homeschoolers You know, our nation truly is incredible. Never before in history was a nation founded with such wonderful freedoms, such patriotism, or such fierce loyalty to liberty. Part of sharing that legacy with our children should include letting them walk where great men walked, letting them see, … [Read more...]
Today's episode is brought to you by Audible. Get your free Audible Trial here. Listen here: Hello friends. I am so excited to be sharing with you today one of my favorite workshops in a super condensed version, Goals and Grace: Thriving as a Working Homeschool Mom. Now before you click off here because you're not a working … [Read more...]
The Benefits of Art Study Art study tends to get shoved to the bottom of the list when we’re in the thick of our homeschooling year. I know, I’m guilty of doing the same in the past. Reading, math, history… these things just seem so much more important than art lessons. When it’s been a long day (or week, or year) of schooling, the only … [Read more...]