On this page of Everything Charlotte Mason, we list Charlotte Mason resource websites as well as Charlotte Mason-oriented blogs. Don’t see yours, or a favorite? Need a correction? Contact us here!
Afterthoughts Blog — Brandy Vencel writes about Charlotte Mason education, her family life, including “messy homeschooling days,” and offers several CM products.
Ambleside Flourish — Ambleside Schools International podcast for the encouragement of parents, featuring the expertise of ASI leaders.
Ambleside Schools International — Blog created by some of the founders of modern Charlotte Mason education. You can also listen through the podcast, Ambleside Flourish.
Ambleside Wonderland — A “gathering of ideas” by mother of 4 and artist Julie Boston, who offers articles and her own designed products.
At Home with Holly — Articles, free homeschooling resources and helpful tips for living the Charlotte Mason life.
Archipelago — Deeper discussion into Charlotte Mason’s methods, with answers to forum questions and other support for educators using Ambleside Online’s extensive curriculum guide.
Catherine Levison — Insight from one of the “elders” of the modern CM educational movement and author of the books Charlotte Mason Education, More Charlotte Mason Education and A Literacy Education.
Charlotte Mason City Living — Erika Alicea offers advice and resources for a multicultural Charlotte Mason education from her home in urban Bronx, New York.
Charlotte Mason Homeschooling — Sheila Carroll, educator and co-founder of Living Books Curriculum, shares her thoughts and recommendations for CM schooling.
Charlotte Mason Institute — Fascinating articles about Charlotte Mason’s life, advice for beginners, study group information and much more on CMI’s blog page.
A Delectable Education — Popular, free online podcast with more than 150 episodes focusing on teaching with Charlotte Mason methods, and the home education life.
Joy in the Home — Free homeschool guides and planners, as well as timely blog posts for CM educators by Christian publisher Dollie Freeman, who also offers encouraging ebooks for purchase.
Gateway to the Classics — Several connected websites and services, including hundreds of online classic stories organized by author, as well as the Kindergarten Read-aloud Banquet. Also links to the blog A Culture of Reading, and the ebook and print publisher Yesterday’s Classics. Formerly the Baldwin Project. Membership fee for some services.
Homeschool Ways — Multilingual mom Adriana Zoder encourages parents in all aspects of homeschooling, and teaching languages in particular.
Katie’s Homeschool Cottage – Variety of blog posts, podcasts, free downloads, and special products (including a “make-your-own” CM unit study audio workshop).
Mason à la Maison — Bekah Morel shares her observations and insights while living and home schooling in France, including teaching French and English simultaneously in a bilingual household and balancing schedules with four young children.
Mother Culture and the Gentle Art of Learning — Guidance for home schooling moms on the blog site of early CM home educator and author of The Charlotte Mason Companion (and other books), Karen Andreola.
Our Muslim Homeschool –– Dr. Gemma Elizabeth shares her Charlotte Mason homeschool journey through blogging and podcasts from the UK.
Penny Gardner — Long-time workshop presenter and author of the original Charlotte Mason Study Guide offers CM overviews, study guides, nature journaling, handwriting advice and more.
Sage Parnassus — Encouragement and guidance, as well as the opportunity to sign up for private or group mentoring with Nancy Kelly and register for the annual Living Education Retreat.
Simply Charlotte Mason — Blog posts on a variety of topics, including new products from SCM, guidance for educators on scheduling, using technology and more.
A Thinking Love — Kim in Montana, shares her perspectives homeschooling four children, writing extensively on the integration of technology as a science in their CM education.
Up Above the Rowan Tree — Nadine writes about her journey in secular Charlotte Mason and, more recently, classical homeschooling of her two children.
(More coming soon.)