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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Charlotte Mason Blog Carnival: Science of Relations {vol1}



On what does Fulness of Living depend? What is education after all? An answer lies in the phrase – Education is the Science of Relations... What we are concerned with is the fact that we personally have relations with all that there is in the present, all that there has been in the past, and all that there will be in the future – with all above us and all about us – and that fulness of living, expansion, expression, and serviceableness, for each of us depend upon how far we apprehend these relationships and how many of them we lay hold of.                           vol.3 p.186

When we look at Education: the Science of Relations, I think many of us are either overwhelmed by the thought or else we have no idea what to make of the idea... it's an all encompassing philosophy of not so much education only, but a way of life! Building relations with a number of persons and things based on our interests and affinities is an enriching part of a CM education! Read on. :)

Science of Relations.

Lanaya presents Welcome to Your World

Shirley Ann Vels presents The Joy of Living in Far Lands...

amy in peru presents The Science of Relations.



Everything else Charlotte Mason.

Jay3fer presents Meeting the Masters: Van Gogh, Part 2

Gina presents Home Joys: Connections

Nature Study.

Nikki Olivier presents ....and finally, a Nature Club Walk!

Lynn presents Garden Science

Ann presents Birthday Picnic - Outdoor Hour Challenge #10

Narration.

Laura Grace Weldon presents Save Moments In A Memory Jar

Jimmie presents a 3-part series on Narration Basics: Expectations, From Oral to Written, Dealing with Problems



Thank you all for your submissions and comments!  Keep up the good work!
Submit your blog article to the next edition of the charlotte mason blog carnival HERE.

As we are approaching the end of summer, in celebration, the next CM blog carnival (to be posted, 8/30/2011)
Theme will be: anything goes! ;)
Until next time!

amy in peru.


5 comments:

Barb-Harmony Art Mom said...

I am anxious to read the entries....I need to get back into school mode. :)

Thanks for hosting the carnival.

Anonymous said...

Looks lovely! I always look forward to these!

Joy in Nepal

Nikki Olivier said...

thanks for using my post in the carnival-i'm wondering where I can find the carnival button to add to my blog?

Jarred Belman said...

Cool blog. Check mine out @ sportswithjarred.blogspot.com

Richele said...

Why hello, Amy.
Summer has whizzed by. Looking forward to getting back in the saddle as well.
Happy carnival.
Richele

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