Podcast | The Great Recognition | Principle #20
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Larissa
8M ago
The Great Recognition| Principle #20 In today’s podcast episode we are discussing principle twenty of Charlotte Mason’s Twenty Principles. This principle is known as “The Great Recognition” and it discusses the spiritual life of children. You may have heard of ‘secular’ Charlotte Mason curriculums, but this principle proves that a true Charlotte Mason education cannot be secular. “Education is a Discipline” | Principle #7 | RSS.com Principles Principle #20 says: We allow no separation to grow up between the intellectual and ‘spiritual’ life of children, but teach them that the Divine Spirit h ..read more
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Podcast | The Way of Reason | Principles #18-19
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Larissa
8M ago
The Way of the Will | Principles #18-19 Welcome to Charlotte Mason Motherhood, the podcast that helps the everyday mother learn a practical application of the Charlotte Mason method. In our last podcast, we discussed the way of the will which is the 17th principle, but today we are covering “the way of reason”, which is the eighteenth principle, and with that comes the nineteenth principle. Listen now to learn more about the way of reason. “Education is a Discipline” | Principle #7 | RSS.com Principles Principle #16: “There are two guides to moral and intellectual self-management to offer to ..read more
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Podcast | The Way of the Will | Principles #16-17
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by Living in Color
9M ago
The Way of the Will | Principles #16-17 Today we are discussing the sixteenth and seventeenth principles of Mason’s Twenty principles. Principle #16 is: “There are two guides to moral and intellectual self-management to offer to children, which we may call ‘the way of the will’ and ‘the way of reason’”.  We’re going to focus on the first guide today, which is the “way of the will” which I also like to call, a parent’s best kept secret. Learn more in this episode! “Education is a Discipline” | Principle #7 | RSS.com Principles Principle #16: There are two guides to moral and intellectual ..read more
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Podcast | Narration: The Art of Telling Back | Principles #14-15
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Living in Color
9M ago
Narration: The Art of Telling Back | Principles #14-15 In today’s episode I’m talking about the fourteenth and fifteenth principles of Charlotte Mason’s Twenty Principles. This principle focuses on narration: the art of telling back. Learn more in this episode! “Education is a Discipline” | Principle #7 | RSS.com Principles Principle #14: “As knowledge is not assimilated until it is reproduced, children should “tell back” after a single reading or hearing; or should write on some part of what they have read”. Principle #15: “A single reading is insisted on, because children have naturally gre ..read more
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Podcast | What is the Feast? | Principle #13
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by Living in Color
10M ago
What is the Feast? | Principle #13 In today’s episode I’m talking about the thirteenth principle of Charlotte Mason’s Twenty Principles. This principle focuses on the “feast” that Mason focuses on. What does a Charlotte Mason education entail? What does it mean to offer a wide variety of subjects? What are those subjects? Learn more in this episode! “Education is a Discipline” | Principle #7 | RSS.com Principles Principle #13: In devising a syllabus for a normal child, of whatever social class, three points must be considered: He requires much knowledge, for the mind needs sufficient food as ..read more
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How to Start a Local Charlotte Mason Nature Club
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Living in Color
10M ago
How to Start a Local Charlotte Mason Nature Study Club Today I am sharing a post about How to Start a Local Charlotte Mason Nature Study Club. I’m sharing how to start your own group, how I found the families for our group, how we structure out time together, and so much more! The latest on Youtube: ↤ Watch Now See all my videos Subscribe to my youtube channel let’s go! Starting a Charlotte Mason Nature Study Club 01. Find some like-minded moms in your area. One of the easiest ways to find like-minded moms is through other mom groups I would start with MOPS, Bible Study Fellowship, Charlott ..read more
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Podcast | Education is the Science of Relations | Principle #12
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Living in Color
10M ago
Education is the Science of Relations | Principle #12 In today’s episode I’m talking about the twelfth principle of Charlotte Mason’s Twenty Principles. This principle focuses on what we often refer to as the “guiding principle” and a phrase I’m sure you’ve often heard. “Education is the Science of Relations.” “Education is a Discipline” | Principle #7 | RSS.com Principles Principle #12: “Education is the science of relations” that is, that a child has natural relations with a vast number of things and thoughts; so we train him upon physical exercises nature lore, handicrafts, science and art ..read more
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How to Start a Charlotte Mason Co-op
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Living in Color
11M ago
How to Start a Charlotte Mason Co-op Today I am sharing a post about the Charlotte Mason community learning group (also known as a Truth, Beauty, Goodness group) that I started in my area. I’m sharing how to start your own group, how I found the families for our group, what we study, and so much more! I’ve started two separate co-ops in two separate states. I’ve also started two separate nature clubs, so if you’re looking for more of a nature club, then you’ll want to watch my How to Start a Nature Study Club video. This video about starting a co-op will give you a little glimpse into what ou ..read more
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How to Fit in Common Subjects in Your Homeschool
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Living in Color
11M ago
How to Fit in Common Subjects Today I am sharing a post about how to fit in common subjects in your homeschool. A Charlotte Mason education is so intensely rich! But there are so many subjects to cover, and only a designated amount of lesson time each day and week. Today I’m sharing a few tips on how to include these rich subjects in your Charlotte Mason Homeschool. The latest on Youtube: ↤ Watch Now See all my videos Subscribe to my youtube channel let’s go! What Are Common Subjects? Common subjects are subjects that the whole family studies together! Composer Study Artist Study Brushd ..read more
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A Week of Maternity Outfits
Charlotte Mason Motherhood Blog
by Living in Color
11M ago
I’m nearing the end of this third pregnancy, so I thought it would be fun to share what I’m wearing in my third trimester. I definitely wear almost exclusively dresses, because that’s what fits the bump best! Keep scrolling to see A Week of Maternity Outfits! Outfits in Action The latest on Youtube: ↤ Watch Now See all my videos ↦ Day One OUTFIT: Linen ‘Mama’ Dress Day Two OUTFIT: Gingham maxi dress Day Three OUTFIT: White 3/4 sleeve blouse (gifted) | Underbelly maternity jeans (gifted) Day Four OUTFIT: Black maxi dress (gifted) Day Five OUTFIT: Linen midi dress (gifted) Day Six OUTFIT: W ..read more
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