June 23, 2017

Using Our Hands with the Study of Architecture, Engineering and Craftsmanship by Kerstin McClintic

Again, we know that the human hand is a wonderful and exquisite instrument to be used in a hundred movements exacting delicacy, direction and force; every […]
September 27, 2015

Learning Sloyd by Camille Malucci

Twelve 8-year-olds sit nearly silent in a room with me and await my next instruction. “Place your ruler at the left edge of your paper and […]
January 21, 2015

Mason’s Role in the Beginnings of the Boy Scouts and the Girl Guides

The following letter by Lady Baden-Powell is an introduction to an explanation given by her husband, General Sir Baden-Powell about the beginnings of the Boy Scouts […]
September 1, 2013

A Handy Boys Lego Club: A Somewhat Surreptitious Attempt at Handicrafts with Boys by Jeannette Tulis

Ok, I admit it. Charlotte may not have approved. After all she encouraged us to inspire with admiration, hope and love. I do not see subterfuge […]
May 15, 2011

Becoming a Charlotte Mason Teacher: Paradigm Shift Required by Jennifer Spencer

So you think you might want to be a Charlotte Mason teacher? You’ve read Susan Schaeffer Macaulay and your eyes have been opened? Great! Now what? Friends, […]

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