Charlotte Mason-Inspired Kindergarten Curriculum

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With this 76-page Charlotte Mason Kindergarten Curriculum, you will get…

  • a book list (which you can read more about here), including both modern and classic living books as well as free read ideas.
  • Morning Time tips, with information about why Morning Time can be helpful, a sample of what we did during our own Morning Time, and ideas for how to implement it.
  • supply lists, including everything you’ll need for the science projects, math activities, and handicrafts over the course of the year as well as broken down each week. I included this because it is one thing that always keeps me from being more efficient in my homeschooling. I find that if I have all of the supplies I need before a term, or even before a week starts, I’m much more likely to do them rather than scrambling around at the last second to get everything together!
  • …term overview schedules with books and activities listed for history, geography, nature study, science, literature, poetry, math, and handicrafts.
  • …weekly schedules. I have gone through the term overview schedules and broken them down day-by-day for each week, so you have 36 weeks of 4-day schedules (with a nature study hike scheduled for Fridays) already laid out for you! The only thing you need to do is pre-read and you’re set!

What does a Charlotte Mason Kindergarten Curriculum day look like?

A typical “school day” for us was only about 45 minutes long, including Morning Time, and generally looked like this:

  • Morning Time ideas, including hymns, folksongs, Bible readings, poetry, and more
  • math time (I’ve laid out the entire MEP Reception Math year for you!)
  • one to two readings chosen from history, geography, literature, science, or nature study
  • one handicraft per week
  • optional time for copywork every day

The beauty of this curriculum is that you can truly make it yours. If you find a book that you’ve either read before and don’t want to read again or just don’t like, feel free to substitute it (and I do offer suggestions for substitutions in a few subjects in the book as well)! If there’s a part of the curriculum that you don’t want in there, leave it out! Use this as a framework from which to build your own, unique kindergarten that fits your family’s (and your state’s, depending on your local homeschool laws for kindergarten) needs.

Finally, if you have any questions at all about the curriculum, feel free to contact me and I’m happy to help however I can!

A little background on the curriculum…

I have always been of the mindset that it was better to wait on “school things” for my son, following a better-late-than-early approach. I hadn’t pushed him to start reading at an early age or tried to force any kind of structured preschool program on him and was quite happy with those decisions. When he turned six in August of 2016, I wanted to do something more “official” with him that fall, but I didn’t think he was quite ready for any of the Charlotte Mason curricula I could find. So, I started to look around for some kind of alternative.

If anyone else reading this has tried searching for a good Charlotte Mason Kindergarten curriculum, you’ll know that it can be pretty frustrating. I’d find a post that someone had put up with a beautiful book list, but no idea how to implement it on a weekly basis. I found posts with very intense curricula that looked like they’d take longer than even a typical Year 1 week would. And I found others that claimed to be Charlotte Mason but had pretty questionable book selections.

For this reason, I decided to make my own Charlotte Mason Kindergarten Curriculum! And because it was so difficult for me to find one that I liked, I’ve decided to share mine with others who might be in the same spot!

You can read more about the curriculum here!

63 reviews for Charlotte Mason-Inspired Kindergarten Curriculum

4.9 Rating
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  1. Easy to read and navigate.

  2. Very practical and fun book selection.

  3. We are so excited for the well planned out kindergarten year Rebecca has created! Perfect start for easing into a routine and a little structure with appropriate reading. We plan on using Ambleside Online for Year 1. This is a great precursor. Thank you for your hard work!

  4. This curriculum is exactly what I needed/wanted. It allows me a lot of flexibility with what works best for my situation.

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