These beautifully designed study guides may be purchased by anyone who has completed any of our 201 level online courses. The guides are 6 x 9 and come already printed and bound, and they are $10 plus $3.50 media mail shipping. Group orders will have combined shipping at a reduced rate.
*Note: In order to purchase you must have completed a 201 level online course or be enrolled in an Online Society*
Descriptions of each study guide are under the pictures below, and you can click on the picture to see a sample of the study guide.
These guides are not meant to be used as a question/answer session (although some questions are great to discuss) during the Reading Group meeting but rather as a help and structure while you and fellow learners are reading that month’s assignment before you meet together for Reading Group discussion.
One mother has said,
Having a study guide helped me find focal points and to glean important information. It also provided reference points to help me find information again after reading it.
By using these guides in this way, the conversations you have at Reading Group as you go through section by section of the month’s reading assignment, will be deeper and much more engaging.
Are you new to Charlotte Mason? Have you been wanting to broaden your understanding of her philosophy? This study guide, through podcasts, articles, and various readings across her volumes, is specially designed to help you build a solid foundation of knowledge of her core principles and ideas. From such principles as the role of the teacher, the tools of education, distinguishing living books, and the art of narration, you will take a journey through her primary ideas and make them your own.
Do you love what you know about Charlotte Mason’s philosophy but feel clueless as to how to apply it to specific subjects? This study guide narrows your focus from the broader feast to each individual dish. Through podcast episodes and thorough readings across Charlotte Mason’s original volumes, you will explore and deepen your understanding of such subjects as Bible, history, citizenship, literature, natural history, music and art. This study guide invites you to immerse yourself in the feast first, so that you can spread it before your children as well.
Continue your subject-by-subject exploration in this second study guide that will guide you through such subjects as language arts, singing, handicrafts, math, foreign language, physical education, afternoon occupations, and exams. Through podcasts and various readings across her volumes, you will be immersed in the how and why of each of these subjects so that you can confidently set them before your children.