Gardner's Charlotte Mason Site - Penny
has a very informative site for implementing a Charlotte Mason education.
I have found her book, Charlotte Mason Study Guide, to be helpful
in studying the Original Series.
Online - I have really appreciated all
the efforts of those who have worked to put together the curriculum outline
found here. It is close to the same type of curriculum Charlotte
Mason had used in her schools. I refer to it often.
Charlotte Mason Education - I have found a lot of good information,
articles, and links at this site. You can also subscribe to the CM-Monthly
Newsletter. A wonderful resource!
Mason Original Series - On this site you can read the Original Series
online. I own the complete set, but if you are unable to have a set
of your own it is wonderful to find her works being placed online!
Mason Study Notes - Lots of notes and information on Charlotte Mason.
the WholeHearted Child - This was the first book I read that led me
to want to learn more about Charlotte Mason methods. I love their
idea of setting aside a learning room in your home and creating discovery
Family Ministries - This is my newest focus of research. I have
yet to purchase any of their books but they sound very good. I have
joined a couple of their email lists and look forward to learning more.
Mason Research & Supply Co. - This is Karen Andreola's site.
She has written the Charlotte Mason Companion. I have learned
some good ideas from her book.
Mason Books by Catherine Levison - These are some of my favourite books
on Charlotte Mason Education. Her advice is very practical making
it easy to begin implementing the method right away.
Charlotte Mason- This site has a list of books for getting started
in CM, suggestions towards a curriculum, nature study ideas and more.
Pines Publishing - The home of articles and books by Mary Woodis.
These books fit in perfectly with a CM education.
Houston Charlotte Mason Support Group - This web site has many useful
articles and helps for implementing a CM education.
Books - I read these books after I had read Educating the WholeHearted
Homeschool Supplies - A wonderful online store with many great Charlotte
Mason resources. I especially like their selection of nature books
and living books. Order a catalog!
Charlotte Mason - A new website to me with great resources and ideas.
Well-Trained Mind - This book was basically my first introduction
to Classical Education. Though I do not follow the method as outlined
in the book I have gained many insights from it. The web site has
a lot of additional helps and I have found the parent forums very worthwhile.
Christian Homeschooling - This is my favourite Classical web site.
Christine Miller has put together an invaluable guide and resource.
I refer to it again and again!
Homeschooling: Lesson Plans and Schedules - I have found this
site a wonderful resource. You can see plans from other homeschooling
families and print out forms.
Pursuit Online - I am currently reading the Bluedorn's book, Teaching
the Trivium, and I am finding it to be a refreshing look at Classical
Education. They use the terms Knowledge, Understanding, and Wisdom
for the Trivium. This makes a lot of sense to me.
of Divine Grace School - This is the web site of Laura Berquist.
I have found her book, Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum,
very helpful. I use her poetry book, Harp and the Laurel Wreath,
with my children often.
of Life School - I was very excited to find a Classical resource in
Tutorial Service - They have a wonderful Classical Resource page.
Here I found the text to Dorothy Sayer's essay on The Lost Tools of
Christian Homeschooling Newsletter - This is a very useful newsletter
with many practical applications.
Institute - Another useful resource that I have found.
Press - I love their catalog! They have a great outline of which
curriculum to use each year.
Classical Academy - Though this is a private school, I have found some
articles and helpful suggestions on their site. They also try to
use both CM and Classical.
Trivium Message Board - I enjoy reading this message board. Also
on this site I found reviews of classical curriculum and interviews with
classical authors. A great site!
Homeschooling Magazine - I learned a lot from the first issue of this
Press - More than just a publisher, here I have found helpful articles
and a newsletter.
of Abraham Classical Resources Page - A wonderful collection of links
to classical resources on the internet.