I never got around to posting our plans for First Grade this year, and as I was turning in grades thought I would give you a picture of what the Queen's year looks like. We keep it pretty simple!
Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - she is the oldest child in our group, just barely making the cut :) but I love having her in class and working with her
Aesop's Fables - we read, narrate, and love this coloring book for the days she doesn't feel like creating her own illustrations, and we love to listen to them on audio as well
Wooden Letter Spelling
We spent the first part of the year still playing around with puppets and acorns, and last week we moved on to Singapore for added practice.
Child's History of the World as a read aloud. Not spending a lot of time here, our co-op covers a few basic topics on the Middle Ages.
Zoology 1: Flying Creatures - this is covered through our co-op, so I don't do much at home other than provide books at her level that coordinate with the topics
Burgess Bird Book - a family favorite!
Art & Music:
Charlotte Mason style studies of composers and artists
Friday, February 11, 2011
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Thanks for sharing this Anna. It's helpful as I begin planning for next year; I especially love the CM art link.
Thanks for the coloring book recommendation. We may have to add that to next year's kindergarten/first grade list.
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