A Treasure for CM’ers

I’ve just discovered a lovely Charlotte Mason-inspired blog

All Things Bright and Beautiful

, a mother of 11, grandma to three, keeps a country household and teaches her precious children


“Friends have sometimes said to me, I’d love to do picture study and classical music and poetry with my children, but I just never find the time.  If you find yourself in this position and would like to share these things with your children but just don’t know where to begin or don’t have the time to prepare, or maybe you’d just like a little culture in your life but don’t have time to pursue it on your own this blog is a gift for you.

I enjoy sharing classical music, art and poetry with my children and wanted to invite others to share the wonder and beauty of what we are discovering together. 

I hope to post regularly – hopefully weekly so you can use these in your home school if you would like.  We will look at one artist’s work for a few weeks in a row and one composer’s work and a poet in that way, also.”

Her selections are truly beautiful and inspiring.

Here’s an example from this week’s post ~

Picture Study

Joseph Farquaharson’s “A Winter’s Morning”

A Winters Morning - Joseph Farquharson

All her pictures are on public domain and you may make copies for your children.

For Music

Beautiful and peaceful guitar music of Ferdinando Carulli – today’s piece is Etude  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0btBVhYx3E


Patti featured  Amy Carmichael this month and posted “Let Us Look Up

So, for new CM moms, Patti has made your fine arts studies easy.  Just pop over and visit her blog and enjoy all her bright and beautiful things.


7 thoughts on “A Treasure for CM’ers

  1. Pingback: A Treasure for CM’ers | Homeschool HUB

  2. We do composer study and we do art projects, but not art study. We don’t do CM exclusively, but we used to and I miss the art study and poetry the most. This is amazing. Thanks for sharing it!


    • @MB, I think that the internet is such a wonderful “safety net” for moms who just can’t do it all! Others have shared their gifts with us and we all are so grateful! Enjoy whatever you can with your children on this amazing homeschool journey!


  3. Thank you for this post. I’ve been inspired by the lovely poetry and beautiful art. This will help me to fight the feeling of being “overwhelmed” that tries to creep in from time to time. 🙂


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