May 2, 2019

Inspiring Mathematical Ideas: “Quicken the Imagination” by Suzanne Bazak

“Mathematics depend upon the teacher rather than upon the text-book and few subjects are worse taught; chiefly because teachers have seldom time to give the inspiring […]
April 1, 2019

Multi-age Homeschool Immersion by Nancy Kelly

“Teaching is not a technique exercised by the skilled on behalf of the unskilled. It is a sharing of the effort to know, using all that […]
March 25, 2019
Midwestern/Great Plains Conference Registration

Elementary Immersion Session for Schools and Large Groups

The countdown to the 2019 Charlotte Mason Institute conference season has officially begun! We at Charlotte Mason’s Alveary could not be more excited to share with […]
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 […]
April 6, 2018

You Lost Me at Charlotte Mason by Brittney McGann

I consider myself to be a Charlotte Mason enthusiast, and most of my friends share my love for all things Mason. But lately I have realized […]
April 5, 2018

Multi-age Homeschool Immersion by Nancy Kelly

“Teaching is not a technique exercised by the skilled on behalf of the unskilled. It is a sharing of the effort to know, using all that […]
April 15, 2017

A Hard Stop – Reflections & Grace by Joy Shannon

I have been on this Charlotte Mason journey a while now. I enjoy the planning that comes with each year and have embraced the natural times […]