Charlotte Mason Websites and Blogs

 

Here we list Charlotte Mason resource websites as well as Charlotte Mason-oriented blogs. Don’t see yours, or a favorite? Or need a correction? Contact us here!

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Learn about CM methods and “mother culture” at Karen Andreola’s blog site.

 

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 Homeschooling — Shiela 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.

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.

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.

(More coming soon.)