Here are blog posts (or other online articles) that answer questions about Charlotte Mason homeschooling. This is the nitty-gritty, where I share how I actually use CM in the course of our homeschool.
Doubts & Absolutes
Q. What about those times when we just can’t do nature study (or something else)?
Q. How do the children piece all this information from living books into a cohesive picture?
Q. Do you agree 100% with everything CM said?
Q. Why did you choose the CM style of homeschool?
Q. How do you know when you are veering from a CM style?
CM and Other Approaches
Q. Is CM a unit study approach?
Q. How does lapbooking fit into a Charlotte Mason homeschool?
Q. Does notebooking fit into a Charlotte Mason homeschool?
A. Article at The Notebooking Fairy: Did Charlotte Mason Espouse Notebooking?
About Curriculum Choices & Living Books
Q. What is a curriculum spine?
A. Read this article at HubPages: What is a Curriculum Spine?
Q. What are living books?
Q. Where can I find living books?
A. Article at Wizzley: How to Find Living Books
Q. What are your favorite CM websites?
Q. What are your favorite free books?
Q. What do I need for a CM homeschool?
About Music, Art, and Nature
Q. Why should Christians especially have nature study?
About Language Arts
Q. How do you incorporate poetry?
Q. When should children stop using picture books?
Q. What about copywork?
About Living Math & Science
Q. What is living math like?
Q. How is living math working for you?
Q. How does a Charlotte Mason science unit look?