Charlotte Mason e-Magazine

Charlotte Mason eMagazine – Timeless Ideas for a Twaddle-Free Education™

This free weekly online electronic magazine includes articles, tips, ideas, and recommended resources for home educators who are inspired by Charlotte Mason’s philosophies and methods.

To read the latest issue and subscribe, click here:  Charlotte Mason eMagazine

You’ll see a form in the top right-hand corner of the e-magazine for subscribing to updates via email so you’ll never miss an issue.


ABOUT THE CHARLOTTE MASON eMAGAZINE

(c) The Armitt Museum and Library; Supplied by The Public Catalogue FoundationThe Charlotte Mason eMagazine is edited by Deborah Taylor-Hough, author of several books including A Twaddle-Free Education: An Introduction to Charlotte Mason’s Timeless Educational Ideas and creator of one of the first online Charlotte Mason resources back in the mid-1990’s.

Charlotte Mason was a British educator from the early part of the last century. Her methods and philosophies have recently experienced a resurgence, especially among American homeschooling families. Her emphasis on children developing a lifetime love of learning was in stark contrast to the nearly anti-child climate of her time period.

The mission of the Charlotte Mason e-Magazine is to bring Charlotte Mason’s ideals and methods to modern families and provide access to the wealth of online information available for today’s home educator.

Believing that Mason’s teachings are timeless, we’re not afraid to move those ideas out of the past into the modern age. While we enjoy Victorian decor as much as the next person, we believe Charlotte Mason would’ve made use of every modern convenience, development and scientific method available. She was considered a bit avant garde in her day … and surely would’ve been today, as well.

Don’t forget to sign up for the email updates while you’re there!

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“Thank you so much for this! I read it every week. As a busy Mom I appreciate having articles curated for me that are so relevant to my life. It allows me to read great articles without taking the time (which I don’t have right now) to find them.” – Pam A.

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