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Home Education Series Vol. I: Home Education

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This is the first volume in the Home Education Series detailing Charlotte Mason's method of education. This volume is subtitled: The Education of Children under Nine Years of Age. The series is used today by many homeschoolers around the globe and is considered a classic reference by the founder of the homeschooling movement. Volume 1 of 6. - Summary by rachelrw (11 hr 50 min)

Chapters

Preface to the Home Education Series

14:06

Read by rachelrw

Preface to the Fourth Edition

4:15

Read by rachelrw

Part 1: Some Preliminary Considerations

9:45

Read by rachelrw

Part 1 Chapter 1: A Method of Education

9:41

Read by Hayley Azar

Part 1 Chapter 2: The Child's Estate

4:56

Read by Hayley Azar

Part 1 Chapter 3: Offending the Children

9:04

Read by Lisa A.

Part 1 Chapter 4: Despising the Children

4:25

Read by Lisa A.

Part 1 Chapter 5: Hindering the Children

2:32

Read by Lisa A.

Part 1 Chapter 6: Conditions of Healthy Brain-Activity

28:33

Read by Mary Beth Shaw

Part 1 Chapter 7: 'The Reign of Law' in Education

6:27

Read by Mary Beth Shaw

Part 2 Chapter 1: A Growing Time

7:07

Read by Kara Shallenberg

Part 2 Chapter 2: 'Sight-Seeing'

4:47

Read by Kara Shallenberg

Part 2 Chapter 3: 'Picture-Painting'

6:28

Read by Amy Bodkin

Part 2 Chapter 4: Flowers and Trees

9:41

Read by Kara Shallenberg

Part 2 Chapter 5: 'Living Creatures'

12:36

Read by Kara Shallenberg

Part 2 Chapter 6: Field-Lore and Naturalists' Books

5:53

Read by Julena Goodell

Part 2 Chapter 7: The Child gets Knowledge by Means of His Senses

9:37

Read by Julia Ward

Part 2 Chapter 8: The Child Should be Made Familiar with Natural Objects

4:44

Read by Julia Ward

Part 2 Chapter 9: Out-of-Door Geography

11:48

Read by Lisa A.

Part 2 Chapter 10: The Child and Mother Nature

4:35

Read by John Demetre

Part 2 Chapter 11: Out-of-Door Games

10:41

Read by John Demetre

Part 2 Chapter 12: Walks in Bad Weather

8:01

Read by Layla Montipay

Part 2 Chapter 13: 'Red Indian' Life

8:34

Read by Deborah Balm

Part 2 Chapter 14: The Children Require Country Air

5:56

Read by THBosc

Part 3 Chapter 1: Education Based Upon Natural Law

3:18

Read by Mary Beth Shaw

Part 3 Chapter 2: Children Have no Self-Compelling Power

5:27

Read by Laura Witten

Part 3 Chapter 3: What is 'Nature'

10:11

Read by Laura Witten

Part 3 Chapter 4: Habit May Supplant 'Nature'

6:13

Read by Laura Witten

Part 3 Chapter 5: The Laying Down of Lines of Habit

8:08

Read by Lisa A.

Part 3 Chapter 6: The Physiology of Habit

13:28

Read by Lisa A.

Part 3 Chapter 7: The Forming of a Habit---'Shut the Door After You'

12:46

Read by Patrick Saville

Part 3 Chapter 8: Infant 'Habits'

15:00

Read by Melissa Perry

Part 3 Chapter 9: Physical Exercises

4:47

Read by Lisa A.

Part 4: Some Habits of Mind---Some Moral Habits

4:43

Read by AbbyJay

Part 4 Chapter 1: The Habit of Attention

24:49

Read by Laura Witten

Part 4 Chapter 2: The Habits of Application, Etc.

1:37

Read by Mary Beth Shaw

Part 4 Chapter 3: The Habit of Thinking

2:56

Read by Mary Beth Shaw

Part 4 Chapter 4: The Habit of Imagining

6:27

Read by Laura Witten

Part 4 Chapter 5: The Habit of Remembering

10:05

Read by boatharbor

Part 4 Chapter 6: The Habit of Perfect Execution

3:14

Read by Patrick Saville

Part 4 Chapter 7: Some Moral Habits

7:19

Read by DrPGould

Part 4 Chapter 8: Truthfulness, Etc.

9:24

Read by boatharbor

Part 5 Chapter 1: The Matter and Method of Lessons

18:32

Read by boatharbor

Part 5 Chapter 2: The Kindergarten as a Place of Education

7:29

Read by boatharbor

Part 5 Chapter 3: Further Considerations of the Kindergarten

36:25

Read by boatharbor

Part 5 Chapter 4: Reading

14:41

Read by Jael Baldwin

Part 5 Chapter 5: The First Reading Lesson

13:02

Read by Amy Bodkin

Part 5 Chapter 6: Reading by Sight and by Sound

16:12

Read by Amy Bodkin

Part 5 Chapter 7: Recitation

9:36

Read by Patrick Saville

Part 5 Chapter 8: Reading for Older Children

8:06

Read by Aaron M. Lebowitz

Part 5 Chapter 9: The Art of Narrating

5:34

Read by Lisa A.

Part 5 Chapter 10: Writing

8:47

Read by Lisa A.

Part 5 Chapter 11: Transcription

4:22

Read by Lisa A.

Part 5 Chapter 12: Spelling and Dictation

5:50

Read by Lisa A.

Part 5 Chapter 13: Composition

8:20

Read by Lisa A.

Part 5 Chapter 14: Bible Lessons

10:26

Read by Jael Baldwin

Part 5 Chapter 15: Arithmetic

21:47

Read by THBosc

Part 5 Chapter 16: Natural Philosophy

15:07

Read by THBosc

Part 5 Chapter 17: Geography

15:02

Read by THBosc

Part 5 Chapter 18: History

29:02

Read by DrPGould

Part 5 Chapter 19: Grammar

10:37

Read by Jequetta Renee Kay

Part 5 Chapter 20: French

13:22

Read by Vicki Hibbins

Part 5 Chapter 21: Pictorial Art, Etc.

17:15

Read by John Demetre

Part 6 Chapter 1: The Will

22:24

Read by Lisa A.

Part 6 Chapter 2: The Conscience

22:05

Read by Lisa A.

Part 6 Chapter 3: The Divine Life in the Child

22:07

Read by Lisa A.

Bewertungen

Thank You!

(5 Sterne)

Thank you to all who worked on the Home Education Project. You all did a fantastic job and helped provide access to a wonderful resource for parents who are wanting to know about Charlotte Mason’s philosophy.

excellent

(5 Sterne)

a "must read" book to be read yearly. So much better to listen once or twice to the whole before entering into a slower more detailed reading of the whole.

love Miss Mason style education, this adds so much

(5 Sterne)

Being an avid reader and practicing her education methods I so appreciate being able to brush up on her readings while running errands, working out or just reading along in the book.

Thoughtful Insights

(5 Sterne)

Wonderful book if you are considering homeschooling your children. Great insights on how young children learn outside the school house setting.

(5 Sterne)

Thank you so much for recording this… What a treasure! Reading as well done and the material so important to present to the public.

(4,5 Sterne)

Good overview of CM's theory. The audio is hard to listen to at points, but I appreciate the work others have done.

(5 Sterne)

Charlotte Mason is a wealth of information and its such a pleasure to hear her words read!!

Easy to follow, timeless insight about education

(4 Sterne)