Chelli Guthrie

Chelli

Chelli Guthrie is a homeschool mom to three children and wife to “Preacher Man.” She blogs at The Planted Trees about Charlotte Mason homeschooling.

 

She has spoken at Christian retreats and various homeschooling venues. She teaches high school, middle school and elementary level writing and literature classes online. Chelli has also written a year- long homeschool devotional book, Revitalize: Breathing Life and Encouragement into Your Homeschool.

2021 FALL RETREAT

Elementary Writing Basics

Many times Charlotte Mason homeschoolers drop the Charlotte Mason education as they approach high school to better fit with the traditional high school subject course of study. Choosing to continue following the Charlotte Mason method, however, will absolutely work even when it comes to creating high school transcripts. I’ll show you how to fit the unconventional Charlotte Mason education into a workable transcript.

2021 CONFERENCE

Creating Transcripts for a Charlotte Mason High School

Many times Charlotte Mason homeschoolers drop the Charlotte Mason education as they approach high school to better fit with the traditional high school subject course of study. Choosing to continue following the Charlotte Mason method, however, will absolutely work even when it comes to creating high school transcripts. I’ll show you how to fit the unconventional Charlotte Mason education into a workable transcript.

2020 Conference

From Narrations to Essays: Writing in a Charlotte Mason High School

Worried about transitioning from narrations to the more academic writing expected at the college level? Chelli will distill high school writing down to the basics and practical ways to make sure your child is prepared.

2019 Conference

Encouraging You and Your Reluctant Writer

Writing, in some form, is an integral part of modern life and a Charlotte Mason education. Both homeschool parents and students, however, sometimes find themselves struggling to enjoy the writing process. Chelli Guthrie, Charlotte Mason blogger and writing teacher, will help you lay the groundwork to help your child enjoy writing and to recognize your role as a homeschool parent in spreading the feast of writing.

The Planted Trees was born out of my desire to chronicle our homeschool journey and to write about the things that I scoured the internet for when I first began homeschooling 6 years ago. My blog name comes from Psalm 1 where those who are righteous in God’s eyes are described as trees planted by the water. I want my children to grow up strong in the Lord and righteous in His sight. I want them to be planted trees

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Revitalize

Revitalize: Breathing Life and Encouragement into Your Homeschooling

While the Bible does not mention homeschooling, there are Christian principles within its pages that address all of the struggles and doubts that homeschool parents encounter all year long as they educate their children.

As you read through this devotional book, you will read scripture to uncover truths to help you become confident in what God wants your homeschool to look like and help heal any areas that are in need of repair. Each week you will also be issued a challenge to help you institute these changes and assist you in focusing on yourself or your children. If your homeschool needs a breath of fresh air and a renewed fo- cus, this is the book to help you do it.

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