Teaching without Words: Using Masterly Inactivity and Atmosphere in your Home

As homeschoolers, we often focus on what we do: the curriculum we use, the books we read, the co-ops we join. Charlotte Mason, however, reminds us that our children’s most important lessons often have nothing to do with us. In this episode, we explore masterly inactivity – how the art of doing nothing allows atmosphere …

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Cultivating a Love of Music in Your Charlotte Mason Homeschool

Charlotte Mason wrote that “music is a necessary part of education.” While she recommended that students learn to sing and play an instrument, at the core of Charlotte Mason music learning is enjoyment. That’s right – the best thing we can do for our kids is to put on music and enjoy it with our kids. …

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How to Teach Homeschool Art (the Charlotte Mason Way)

In this episode of Thinking Love, we are joined by Dallas Nachtigall from Bestowing the Brush to talk about the art of teaching homeschool art. Dallas has thrown herself into researching art instruction in Charlotte Mason’s schools and, as an artist herself, now helps homeschool moms bring art instruction into their homes. We had a …

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Wisdom in Principles with Karen Glass- Part 2

This is the second part of our interview with Karen Glass, in which we discussed Wisdom in Principles.  Home education …contained in essence all the thought which Charlotte developed in her future writings.” Essex  Essex Cholmondeley 0:43 – Essex Cholmondeley quote. Have you tried to tie these thoughts into future volumes?  1:36- KG- Charlotte Mason educator and …

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