New Online Charlotte Mason Organizer

March 1, 2007 @ 9:30 am | Filed under: Charlotte Mason, Homeschool Record-Keeping

The Simply Charlotte Mason folks have just debuted a new record-keeping tool designed specifically for Charlotte Mason homeschoolers. You enter the books you plan to use for each student, and the CM Organizer schedules the readings over the span of time you indicate. Then it generates daily schedules with clickboxes for you to check off. Another feature creates reports showing your progress.

The website has video demos of all the nifty features, and SCM is offering a free 30-day trial period so you can live with the organizer for a month and decide if it’s worth the $9.95/month subscription fee.

I am currently reading the Simply Charlotte Mason habits book, Laying Down the Rails, and will write more about that when I’m finished. Which, judging from the state of Scott’s back, might be a while.


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  1. Cool!

  2. I am excited about that planner. I have spent years erasing and rewriting things. I think they are onto something.

  3. Isn’t this OH so cool? I blogged about it this morning too I was so excited. 🙂

    Continuing to pray for your hubby’s back and for your whole family!

  4. I’m off to check it out. I’ve been reading Laying Down the Rails too. Although I had bought it before they offered it in print and so I’m printing it a chapter at a time and now my printer is out of comission. ;(

    Looking forward to hearing your thoughts of the book too.

    Blessings!
    Theresa

  5. This is a dream! Thank you for posting it…you have just saved me hours pouring over Excel spreadsheets!