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How Do YOU Use Charlotte Mason Methods in YOUR Home School?

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We Want to Hear From You! How do you use Charlotte Mason methods in your homeschool?

We are going to be hosting the next Charlotte Mason Blog Carnival on our blog on December 1st!  This is just a quick note to let you know and give you an opportunity to participate!
If you host a blog and would like to write an article about how YOU use Charlotte Mason methodology in YOUR home school, we would love to add it to the carnival.  You may write a new article or send us an article you have previously written.
Not sure if you use Charlotte Mason’s methods? If you use:

in your homeschool, you qualify!  If you still aren’t sure, check out our other Charlotte Mason posts on habit formation, creating an educational atmosphere in your home, picture study for older students, and establishing good intellectual habits in your children. If you utilize these methods in your homeschooling, we would love to hear how you do it!

How to Submit an Article

To submit your article, just fill out this form (including the link to your article).
We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

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  • Dana | Nov 24, 2009 at 11:35 am

    Thank you, Christin! I’m looking forward to reading your post and I appreciate you sending it in! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family!

  • Christin | Nov 24, 2009 at 10:47 am

    I just wrote an article last night and submitted it for you today. 🙂 Look forward to seeing all the wonderful posts!

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