You can enjoy this interesting blog on learning Latin by Shannon Goods at this link: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-w6.
You can enjoy the next video in our series of interviews with Liz Cottrill and Emily Cottrill Kiser. In Part V they provide ideas and suggestions on how you could start your own. You can find it here: https://wp.me/P3bD5Y-tm.
Joy Shannon shares with us this week how she learned that a Charlotte Mason education was not just for children! You can read her blog at: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-vu.
You can read Kathryn Forney’s new blog at this link: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-vr.
Kathryn is the daughter of Kerri Forney and you will find both of them at this year’s conference presenting an immersion workshop. Kathryn graduates from high school this spring and will be heading on big adventures to China in the fall.
Dena Jackson shares with us her introduction to Charlotte Mason and how it has changed her life and that of her family. She specifically discusses her struggles with nature study and the way she came to understand that her preconceived ideas can sometimes be a hindrance.
You can enjoy Dena Jackson’s blog at this link: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-vk.
Margaret Coombs shares with us a collection of quotes from various people who knew and met Charlotte Mason. It provides a wonderful window into Mason’s life and times. You can find her blog at https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-vb.
Nature study conjures up such lovely images: children dazzled by a field of wildflowers, peering under rocks in a streambed, or showing their pressed-flower collection to an admiring grandparent. It ranks up there with artist study and music appreciation for its beauty and life giving rejuvenation. A Charlotte Mason education can be quite rigorous, but nature study time is when we can all relax and let the learning happen naturally.
See the full blog at: https://wp.me/p3bD5Y-uQ
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