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Xulon Press For the Love of Learning: Information & Resources for Combining Charlotte Mason & Classical Education

Feed your students' natural hunger for knowledge when you use this combination of proven homeschooling methods. Sockey summarizes the Charlotte Mason and Classical Education curriculum programs, examines similarities and differences, and demonstrates how they can be blended to give children a lifelong "love of learning." Includes extensive book and resource lists for every subject. 120 pages, softcover from Xulon.
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Combining Classical Education & Charlotte Mason

Date:February 12, 2014
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Kathy
Location:Southeast Wisconsin
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Recently at the Charlotte Mason Group I facilitate one of the mothers asked "Is it possible to combine the Charlotte Mason and Classical Education philosophies in your homeschool? Is there a book written which addresses this particular topic?" My grandmother had been educated with the Charlotte Mason philosophy, while I had been educated with the Classial Education philosophy. Interestingly enough in home educating my own child I find myself using both philosophies together so I knew it is possible to combine the two philsophies. However the mother wanted something more concrete and tangible which she could hold in her hand other than my verbal explanation. After the meeting I began doing a book search on Amazon.com. Viola! Jenny Sockey's book "For the Love of Learning" popped up on my screen so I ordered it to read for myself.
"For the Love of Learning" is basically a "how to book" on combining both the Charlotte Mason and Classical Educational philosophies in your home education setting. The author talks to the reader in an easy, conversational tone explaining the philosophies of both educational methods. At the end of this section the author includes books for "digging deeper" into each educational philsophy. Then she explains "how to" combine them in your home education setting. The second part of the book contains book lists and resources by subject. This section is a gold mine covering the topics of World/American/Canadian history, Science, Math, English, Spelling, Poetry, Art, Music, Character Developement, Latin, Logic, Rhetoric, How to Choose Good Books/How and Why to Read a Good Book, Book Lists, Websites With Book Lists, Audio Cassettes, Author's Resources.
Overall I would have to say this book does an excellant job of explaining "how to" combine the Charlotte Mason and Classical Educational philosophies in the home education setting. This is definitely one book which I will refer to again and again!
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Date:September 30, 2008
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Heather Castellana
This book has a lot of helpful info for the everyday homeschooler. It's wonderful to have a book of resources written from an experienced homeschooler.
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Date:March 1, 2005
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Anna
Excellent resource guide for theCharlotte Mason method. It has been very helpful to me. Don't let the front cover fool you.
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