August 11, 2018

Look Where You Want to Go by Colleen Klatt

No more second guessing – I’m keeping my eyes on the path. Mountain bike racing was my thing in my teen years. I loved navigating gnarly […]
August 4, 2018

“The World to Come” by Art Middlekauff

Charlotte Mason’s poem “The World to Come” was originally published in her second poetry volume entitled The Saviour of the World. Mason associated the poem with a […]
July 26, 2018

The Benefits of Reflective Practice by Cathy Barrington

“[W]e perceive that the great work of education is to inspire children with vitalising ideas as to every relation of life, every department of knowledge, every […]
July 16, 2018

Reflections on a week spent at an Unwalled University by Melissa Solomon

My time as a student at “An Unwalled University”—the 2018 English Lake District Retreat Wordsworth referred to the Lake District as “An unwalled university–all dedicated to […]
June 27, 2018

Studying Architecture: Observations With Historic Sites by Kerstin McClintic

Driving down route 17 with the sun beating down at a balmy 75 degrees, I traveled in my not-so-new car with my husband and two kids, […]
May 30, 2018

Mason and the Older Child Immersion by Kerri and Kathryn Forney

The question often comes to mind: What next?  My children or students and I have been reading great books and narrating them orally—now what?  We have […]
May 30, 2018

Are You a CM Beginner?

Are you beginning your Charlotte Mason journey? Have you been learning over the past couple of years but still feel a little overwhelmed? Maybe you are […]
May 28, 2018

Understanding Executive Functions by Andra Smith

  We are responsible to steward what we have been given, and I include in that stewardship our neurochemistry.  Approximately ten percent of us have neurochemistry […]
May 26, 2018

When do Children Meet with God? by Colleen Klatt

“And when do the children meet with God?”   A striking question asked by a church visitor.  Scottie May tells the story in Listening to Children […]