I've been meaning to write this post for several months now, which of course means I'm behind and I apologize.
Penny Gardner, author of The Charlotte Mason Study Guide, who has been a long-time home educator sharing her wisdom through her writings and seminars, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Study Guide with an expanded and revised edition. Also available now is a secular version. Each guide is available for $5 as a digital e-book to download.
And don't miss Penny's nature journaling page or her wonderful lists -- of general links and living books and nature links and books.
Speaking of a secular approach to Charlotte Mason, there's also a secular CM group at Yahoo. From the group description,
"We have no expectations that you are of any particular faith, or any faith at all, nor that you have read (and digested) in full the collected and/or abridged and/or modernized works of Charlotte Mason; dabblers and dilettantes are welcomed and encouraged. We do, however, expect tolerance, respect, civility, a general open-mindedness, a genial sense of humor, and a willingness to share information and resources (especially whenever you hear of twaddle-free literature on sale)."