The early years, the time before a child starts formal lessons, are so sweet and precious! If you choose to follow Charlotte Mason's philosophy and how she intended the early years to be, the time between 0-6 years old will be full of outdoor play, nursery rhymes, and connecting.
I've spent three and a half years writing about the early years on this blog, hoping to share with you what Charlotte Mason's intentions were, and how delaying formal lessons will not hinder your child. The following post is a great place to start with Charlotte Mason early years.
Children learn so much during the early years, both from you and from their surroundings. I hope these posts will put your mind at ease and bring peace into your home, in an otherwise chaotic season of little ones!
- The Case Against the Pinterest Preschool
- Charlotte Mason and the Apple Unit Study
- Formal Lessons: To Delay or Not to Delay?
- A Quiet Growing Time: Charlotte Mason Preschool
- Making the Most of Outdoor Time During the Early Years
- Habits for the Early Years: A Mother's Journal