We’re wrapping up this season with an epic, fabulous conversation plus Q & A with mother, creative and Charlotte Mason enthusiast Richele Baburina about maths! Here are a few places you can find her. Shop for maths resources over at https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/the-charlotte-mason-elementary-arithmetic-series/ and brush drawing resources over on https://www.twentytwentypress.com/ - http://charlottemasonpoetry.org/ - IG: @rbaburina || ALL the links to ALL my things are here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden and don’t forget to use the code DEAL20 for 20% off the Charlotte Mason Unboxed course (limited numbers for a limited time). Enjoy - Leah
Hop on the imagination bus with my fabulous friend Elsie Iudicello and I as we explore how the Charlotte Mason philosophy expounds this important part of child development and education. Find Elsie over at @farmhouseschoolhouse on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/farmhouse_schoolhouse/?hl=en ) || ALL my links to all my things are here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden
We take an alternate route down a Waldorf pedagogy today and talk with Rachel Kovac (@rachelstitchedtogether) about handicrafts. Rachel is so beautifully inspiring and practical - she truly brings this habit and rhythm to life through this conversation. Rachel has a course hosted by Wild + Free called “The Music of Mozart” which includes handicrafts, poetry, stories and much more - check it out here: https://www.bewildandfree.org/mozart. Find her on Instagram here: https://instagram.com/rachelstitchedtogether?igshid=1l97b1pp7ya8o || All the links to ALL my things here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden
Today we take a step back into history with my friend Hilda (@harthandhome); veteran CM home educator, reader, history reenactor, nature explorer and curator of beauty! We discuss books, timelines and living history fun (costumes not included 😉). You can find Hilda over on Instagram sharing her wisdom and selling books - go check out her @promiselivinglibrary page 👌 ALL my links to all my things are here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden || Enjoy the show!
A deep dive into the place of poetry in our lives and education with homeschool graduate Joy Clarkson (@joynessthebrave). Joy is the daughter of well known author, speaker and mentor to many, Sally Clarkson. Joy is a PHD student at St. Andrews, Scotland and is reading theology. Join us for a rich conversation to thrill the heart and equip your homeschool. https://joyclarkson.com/ || All the links to all my things: https://linktr.ee/leahboden
Amy Hughes and I discuss how Charlotte Mason’s philosophy inspired not only her home educating but also her journey towards gentle parenting. You can find Amy on Instagram (@simplelittleamy) or over on her blog (simplelittlelifeblog.wordpress.com). All my links to all the things are here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden
Building on the foundation of nature study with fellow UK Charlotte Mason mama Diana Edwin (@solent_charlotte_mason_uk). With Diana’s engineering background and her passion for STEM subjects she guides us in books choices , journaling, narration and the gentle continuation of scientific study within the Charlotte Mason philosophy. All the links to all the things here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden - please message Diana via Instagram for the book titles she recommends. Online conference I mention: https://www.learnfree.org.uk/
So excited to introduce you to my fabulous friend Greta (@maandpamodern) - we talk all things books...including the one she’s about to launch into the world! Find Greta’s resources here: http://www.gretaeskridge.com/ and the links to all my things here: https://linktr.ee/leahboden
A deep dive into the meaning of the “feast of education”. I’m joined by Kyle Campbell of @suddenjourneys (Instagram) who adds a beautiful sound bite speaking on the subject of grazing boards with my response on how they relate to our understanding and implementation of the feast of education. Poem read by Sienna Boden. All the links to all the things: https://linktr.ee/leahboden
This week I’m interviewing one of my all time favourite people, Lynn Seddon! We talk about nature study in lock down and Lynn’s lovely mother culture rhythms. The reading is from Volume 1, “Home Education” and Sienna Boden is reciting “Happy Thoughts” by Robert Louis Stevenson. All the links to all the things: https://linktr.ee/leahboden || IG: @Leahvboden @modernmissmason
In this episode we explore the length and depths of Charlotte Mason’s 6 volumes; how to read them and not feel overwhelmed along with ten top tips for study. The poem recited is “Of Isolation” by Charlotte Mason taken from “The saviour of the world” volume 1.