Where Are These Living Books?
are;the;books;that;draw;a;child;to;estab-lish relationships in many directions—
Please, Miss Mason, will you
choose the books for us?
Endowed with Detail
Firstly, “The children must enjoy the
The book needn’t always be a first-hand;source.;And;we;needn’t;get;hung
;in;the;reader;a;feel-ing that “I’ve learned something new.”
A Prized Possession
like an idle song of a pleasant singer,
not to convey it. Teachers can “rouse
“Intellectual sympathy,” Miss Mason
Knowledge is Personal
With narration the child does the dig-ging.;The;freedom;to;dig;and;delve;makes
knowledge a personal thing. (Chapters
Charlotte Mason Companion.)
Miss Mason says a child is “in the
he may live a full, happy, resourceful
Many know Karen Andreola by her
groundbreaking book, A;Charlotte;Mason
Companion – Personal Reflections of
the;Gentle;Art;of;Learning. Karen taught
her three children through high school,
studying with them all the many wonderful things her own education was missing.
Knitting for her grandchildren is enjoyed
in Karen’s leisure. For an array of inspiring
ideas visit her blog: www.momentswith
IDEAL gifts for HEALTH!