Charlotte Mason Poetry is dedicated to promoting Charlotte Mason's living ideas. We strive to share an authentic interpretation of Mason’s life work through a combination of original and vintage articles by a wide variety of authors. Our team draws from and transcribes many rare and wonderful documents from the PNEU many of which cannot be found anywhere else on the web.
Art Middlekauff explores the place of computer literacy in a Charlotte Mason education.
Practical Carrying Out
The Charlotte Mason method in practice, as explained by House of Education graduate Miss Bruce Low in 1917. Read by Tabitha Wirges.
Jane Austen by Charlotte Mason
Charlotte Mason’s 1911 reflection on the life and work of Jane Austen. Read by Leah Boden.
Reverence in Action
Art Middlekauff concludes his series exploring the quality that Charlotte Mason said should accompany all our teaching of children.
The Story of a Home Schoolroom
An ordinary mother tells the extraordinary story of her Charlotte Mason homeschool in this vintage 1930 Parents’ Review article. Read by Jennifer Talsma.
Reverence in Lessons
Art Middlekauff continues his series exploring the quality that Charlotte Mason said should accompany all our teaching of children.
This podcast is incredibly inspiring for me as a homeschool mother. I love that it stretches me because it requires attention to appreciate the flood of new information, but at the same time it all feels so familiar. I feel like I grow every time I listen to an episode, and I always find listening to be a pleasant experience.
Most well researched podcast about Charlotte Mason's philosophy and teaching methods. Reviews original writings and resources from her schools. Good pace, voices easy to listen to. Highly recommended for those wanting to learn more about CM's methods.
A Great Encouragement
The most recent episode regarding scheduling gave me just the boost of confidence and encouragement at a time when I needed it most! Providential. Thank you for creating this invaluable resource.