Charlotte Mason curriculum

Without Doors Curriculum

Bible, History, Geography, Literature, Spelling, Enrichment, Nature Study

“Never be within doors when you can rightly be without.” Charlotte Mason

Without Doors is a unique Charlotte Mason curriculum that is inspired by Four Square Community. It is simple to implement, yet rich in content. It is designed to streamline the homeschool experience by coordinating all ages around quality living books for family-style learning. 

Each path includes the overall framework to successfully implement 28 weeks of lessons. The lessons are simple and clearly laid out in a weekly plan. Without Doors facilitates good habits in narration, nature journaling, map-drawing, keeping a book of centuries, copywork, dictation, hymn study, and recitation. 

A Charlotte Mason education is a rich experience for students and families. Ms. Mason inspires parents to spread a generous educational feast before their children.

 

Without Doors provides step-by-step guidance and valuable resources as you embrace Charlotte Mason principles in your home. This effortless curriculum will bring joy and freedom to your family! 

"The aim in education is to give a full life."

Charlotte Mason

28

Weeks

7

Subjects

1

Timeline Song

Reviews

path 1

Early America

Read the Parables of Jesus and follow with oral narration. Narration inspires the student to implant the word of God into their heart. Students will have Bible recitation prompts. Older students will transcribe favorite verses into their Book of Common Place.

In Early America, families will learn the geography of the Thirteen Colonies, the Mississippi River, and the Oregon Trail. In addition to reading about the topics studied, they will engage in cartography, creating maps of different states as they learn. 

The living history spine will delight and engage families as they navigate through early American history together. Our original American history folk song will reinforce the timeline of Early America. Older students will add dates to their Book of Centuries. 

A gentle approach to learning, our nature lore readings will delight readers while grounding students in scientific knowledge. Out-of-door nature walks and nature journaling prompts will inspire the art of nature study. 

The literature and poetry selections will enrich your child’s literacy and love for learning.  In addition to wonderful literature and poetry, the copywork selections will build a strong foundation in grammar and spelling.

Each week, the students will focus on a rotating enrichment topic including:

  • Composer Study
  • Artist Study
  • Hymn Study
  • Handicrafts

path 2

Modern America

Read selected verses in the Old Testament and New Testament. Oral narration inspires student’s to implant the word of God into their heart. Students will have Bible recitation prompts. Older students will transcribe favorite verses into their Book of Common Place.

In Modern America, families will learn the geography of the regions in America, and will look closely at National Parks. In addition to reading living books on the topics, they will engage in cartography, creating maps of different states as they learn. 

Our living history spine will delight and engage families as they navigate through modern American history together. Older students will add dates to their Book of Centuries. 

A gentle approach to learning, our nature lore readings will delight readers while grounding students in scientific knowledge. Out-of-door nature walks and nature journaling prompts will inspire the art of nature study. 

The literature and poetry selections will enrich your child’s literacy and love for learning.  In addition to wonderful literature and poetry, the copywork selections will build a strong foundation in grammar and spelling.

Each week, the students will focus on a rotating enrichment topic including:

  • Composer Study
  • Artist Study
  • Hymn Study
  • An Original American History Folk Song

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