Our Delightful Feast: 2018

Treasure Time
Term 1:
Star of Light
Five Little Peppers and How They Grew

Term 2:
Carry On Mr. Bodwitch
Mr. Popper's Penguins

Term 3:
The Donkey's Gift
Where the Red Fern Grows
All Terms:
Little Pilgrim's Progress

Pre-K Literature-
The Complete Tales of Winnie the Pooh
Curious George Treasury(s)
A Treasury for Four Year Olds

The Children's Treasury
Young Folk's Shelf of Books- In Your Backyard and The Animal Book (Out of Print)
Numerous Picture Books (It Would be Impossible to List)

Nature Lore-
Term 1:
My Life With the Chimpanzees
Term 2:
Born Free
Term 3:
Every Living Thing by James Herriot 

Term 1:
Helen Keller
Term 2:
Tales of St. Patrick
Term 3:
These Are My People

Term 1:
Edward Lear (The Complete Nonsense)
Term 2:
A.A. Milne (Now We Are Six)

Term 3:
All Terms:
Various Mother Goose Sources
Various Poetry Anthologies 

The Book of Virtues

Term 1:
Greek Myths
Term 2:
Just So Stories
Term 3:
Lang's Fairy Tale Treasury

Our Current Tea Time Basket  (Term 1)
The Book of Virtues
The Children's Book of Faith
The Children's Book of Home and Family
The Random House Book of Poetry
Making Friends With Frankenstein
The Art Gallery Faces
Fairy Tales Retold by James Riordan
The Boy Who Ate More Than the Giant, and Other Swedish Folktales 
The Book of Giant Stories

Our Living Curriculum
         (Form 1 A)
Language Arts-
Treadwell Primer
A Child's Copybook Reader

Charlotte Mason Style Math Lessons
Family Math

American History-
History Through the Ages Time Travelers- Explorers
(We just use the teaching text and some notebooking elements of this, not the projects/lapbook)

A Child's Story of America
Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans- Edward Eggleston

World History-
Hideaways in History- Winter Promise
(Again, we just read and narrate, and we WILL be building a few of the hideaways.)
(*This is not the progression that CM recommended for history. If you haven't heard me speak about why we "break the rules", and what principles of hers that we hold to while doing so, then please feel free to ask me about our history approach!)

Ancient History-
Mystery of History Volume 1 
(Again, just reading and narrating. No tests, activities, memory cards, etc)
Nature Study-
The Burgess Bird Book for Children
Learning About Birds With Thornton Burgess- Simply Charlotte Mason

Natural History
Term 1:Dinosaurs (Collection of Living Books)
Term 2:Geology (Collection of Living Books) 
Term 3: Anatomy (Collection of Living Books)
All Year: Animals and Their Worlds- Winter Promise

Cultural Studies (Citizenship)-
Children of Many Lands
Children of the World

Hungry Planet
Material World
Missionary Stories With the Millers

Ed Emberley Books
Art for Kids Hub Videos

Picture Study-
(Picture Study Portfolios- SCM)
Term 1- Whistler
Term 2- Turner
Term 3- Rembrandt 

Rembrandt and the Boy who Drew Dogs

Composer Study-
Getting to Know the World's Greatest Composers Series
Term 1- Handel
Term 2- Gershwin

Term 3- Chopin
Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue
Handel, Who Knew What He Liked

Soap Carving:For Children of All Ages

Children of the Open Air Videos

Hoffman Academy

Shakespeare's Stories for Young Readers
Term 1-The Tempest
Term 2- King Lear
Term 3-The Winter's Tale

Home Geography- CC Long
Elementary Geography- C. Mason

Tree in the Trail- Holling C Holling
Draw Asia

Hymn Study-
Then Sings My Soul
Hymns at Home
Term 1: Amazing Grace and Can It Be That I Should Gain
Term 2: I Need Thee Every Hour and Jesus, Lover of My Soul
Term 3: The Old Rugged Cross and His Eye is on the Sparrow
Folk Songs-
Little Songster

How a Log Cabin is Built
Little Book of Log Cabins 
The Stuff They Left Behind Portfolio of Ancient Greece- Simply Charlotte Mason 

Christian Studies-
Case for Christ 

Foreign Language 1 (ASL)-
Learning American Sign Language

Foreign Language 2 (French)-
Hachette's Illustrated French Primer
Mama Lisa
The French Experiment

Recitation Pieces-
Term 1: Calico Pie and Psalm 100
Term 2: If I Were King and Psalm 23
Term 3: Daybreak and Psalm 1

Other Books Feasted on This Year
(This is, of course, not every book we will enjoy this year, but a good assortment of the "extras" that we plan to feast on, in addition to our core choices, along with books that we read every year.)
Garner's Book of British Fairy Tales
The Grapes of Math
A Child's Garden of Verses
The Boy of the Three Year Nap
World of Art, The Artist at Work

The Aesop for Children
The Squire and the Scroll
Humpty Dumpty's Holiday Stories

Eric Carle Books
If You Give....Series
Frog and Toad 
Dr. Seuss
Beatrix Potter Tales 
Ordinary People Change the World Series
Stories of Great People Series
The Burgess Seashore Book
Old Mother West Wind Stories
Facing the Lion
Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Change
One Small Square Series

Biography Of...Series
Dinosaurs for Kids...Ken Ham
The Human Body for Every Kid
The Way We Work
Nature Anatomy

Glow in the Dark Fish
St. George and the Dragon 

Christmas Term Plan
Christmas Around the World Cultural Studies
Thomas Kinkade Picture Study
Handicrafts- Homeade Christmas Gifts
Winter Poetry
The Christmas Carol 

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