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S2E31: The Charlotte Mason Educational Center with Camille Malucci

Let this be the mother’s key to the whole of the education of each boy and each girl; not of her children; the Divine Spirit does not work with nouns of multitude, but with each single child. Because He is infinite, the whole world is not too great a school for this indefatigable Teacher, and because He is infinite, He is able to give the whole of his infinite attention for the whole time to each one of his multitudinous pupils. We do not sufficiently rejoice in the wealth that the infinite nature of our God brings to each of us.

Charlotte Mason, Parents and Children, Vol. 2

Show Summary:

  • Today’s guest is Camille Malucci, homeschooling mother of 6, contributor to Common Place Quarterly, and user of the CMEC curriculum
  • How Camille first came to learn about Charlotte Mason’s philosophy
  • How and when Camille started using the CMEC
  • What makes the CMEC uniquely helpful for larger families?
  • What are some of the strengths of CMEC that people should know about?
  • What would you say to someone who thinks that you are taking Charlotte Mason’s philosophy and turning it into a system?
  • Can you think of any downsides or weaknesses of using a curriculum like this?

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Books and Links Mentioned:

Charlotte Mason Educational Center (CMEC)

Parents and Children by Charlotte Mason

Home Education by Charlotte Mason

The Little House Series by Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Little Britches Series by Ralph Moody

The Swallows and Amazons Series by Arthur Ransome

Find Cindy and Camille:

Morning Time for Moms

Cindy’s Patreon Discipleship Group

Mere Motherhood Facebook Group

The Literary Life Podcast

Cindy’s Facebook

Cindy’s Instagram

Camille’s Instagram



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