Simply Charlotte Mason

At Simply Charlotte Mason you will find quality curriculum that nourishes and respects your child as a whole person. At SCM, we believe in teaching the child, not just the curriculum.

Choose from these resources that are easy to adapt and customize for your student’s needs:

  • •Short, interactive math lessons that don’t depend on writing
  • Brief, hands-on reading lessons that offer your student a variety of paths to learning
  • Interesting handwriting work that moves at your student’s pace and focuses on quality not quantity
  • Spelling assignments based on real sentences and good literature
  • History enjoyed through fascinating stories and living books
  • Gentle geography lessons that introduce other people from around the world
  • Science lessons that encourage time outdoors and learning about God’s creation from great books and firsthand exploration
  • Simple music and art appreciation and poetry that nurture your child’s spiritHear the heart of SCM’s co-founder as she shares what she has learned from 23 years with her autistic daughter in this free audio:
    Lessons from the Valley



Simply Charlotte Mason Curriculum Review

General Information


Basic Features


  • Methodology: Charlotte Mason
  • Learning Styles Utilized: Visual, Auditory, interpersonal, Verbal, Intrapersonal, and Tactile
  • Intelligences Utilized: Music, Logic, Pictures, Words, Nature, Relationships, and Contemplation
  • Teaching Styles Utilized: Multi-Disciplinary, Independent Work, Open-ended, and Living Books
  • Common Core: Unknown
  • Accredited: Unknown
  • Teacher Helps: Less than average

Product Description 


  • Font Size: Average
  • Pictures: Average
  • Binding: Soft cover
  • Lessons Included: Varies from subject to subject
  • Intended Curriculum Usage Length: 1 year
  • Types of Assessments: Open ended questions



  • Amount of Handwriting Required: Less than average
  • Possible Assistive Technology Modifications: Typing and Speech-to-Text
  • Executive Functioning Concerns: Many pages, books, or pieces to keep track of and loosely organized and requires student/teacher planning and organizing
  • Types of student assistance may be needed for a struggling student – Teacher reading text, teacher scribing writing, teacher typing for student and/or teacher intervention for a student with visual impairment
  • Average Length of Lessons: 15 – 20 minutes
  • Concentration Level Required: More than average
  • Modifiable by Lengthening Out Lessons: Fairly easy for parent to do
  • Language Complexity: Average

Specific Disabilities 


  • Math – Uses concrete examples to teach abstract concepts

SPED Homeschool Review Crew Feedback

What was the one thing that most impressed you about this curriculum?

Parent Autonomy. Parents are given complete freedom to build their own curriculum from selected resources and guides.

What should parents of children with learning needs be aware of when looking into this curriculum?

This program provides a great deal of parent choice. How accommodating this curriculum is depends primarily on your selections as a parent.