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The Charlotte Mason Co-opSpring 2022 SemesterOnline Classes Register NOW! Classes starting soon! We’re starting the Spring 2022 semester soon! And we’d LOVE to have you join us! Join The Charlotte Mason Co-op here >>> It’s a place where you can find your Charlotte Mason community, choose your Charlotte Mason classes, and do it all “Charlotte Mason Your Way!” How The Charlotte Mason Co-op Works: We’ve added an option this semester to take classes without joining the co-op, but I stillRead More →

The Charlotte Mason Co-op

The Charlotte Mason Co-opUpdated Class Schedulefor the Fall 2021 Semester Download the PDF Here Register NOW! Classes start Sept. 7th! Fall 2021 SemesterCM Co-op Classes Introduction to Woodworkingwith Amy Bodkin See It & Say Itwith Flip Flop Spanishwith Suzanne Gose Fun with Sol-fa& Composer Studywith RaeAnna Goss Field Notes FridayNature Study Classeswith Lari Jo Edwards High School Biologywith Lari Jo Edwards High School Chemistrywith Lari Jo Edwards High School Physicswith Lari Jo Edwards Middle School Sciencewith Lari Jo Edwards PlutarchRead More →

The Charlotte Mason Co-op

The Charlotte Mason Co-opis Here! Register NOW! Classes start Sept. 7th! Days Hours Minutes Seconds You can still sign up through September 15th! Join The Charlotte Mason Co-op, a place where you can take LIVE online classes taught by Charlotte Mason experts! Yes, REALLY!  It’s a place where you can find your Charlotte Mason community, choose your Charlotte Mason classes, and do it all “Charlotte Mason Your Way!” How The Charlottte Mason Co-op Works: Step #1: Join The Charlotte MasonRead More →

How We Study Presidential Elections in Our Homeschool

How We Study Presidential Electionsin Our Homeschool I’ve always made it a point to study the election process with my children. In college, I majored in Communications with a minor in Political Science, so you could say that “politics” is a constant, on-going conversation at our house.  I think it’s essential that the election process is both familiar and understood before the legal voting age of 18.  So here’s what we’ve done for past elections and, while the details mightRead More →