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Curriculum Bookshelf and Schedule (2019 – 2020)

I am so behind planning our school year.

I spent the spring helping another homeschooling mother try to form a new community and the summertime running sewing camps. So I’ve spent August scrambling to get my ducks in a row. Last year, I had everything ready by mid July. Oh well. That’s the good thing about homeschooling… flexibility. I’m still waiting on a few more resources to arrive. But I thought I would share a rough draft of options I’m considering for this school year. (We will definitely not use ALL of these. ) Most of our curriculum and resources are by: Simply Charlotte Mason, A Gentle Feast, The Peaceful Press, A Cottage Press, and Living Book Press. I hope to do separate posts on each subject once everything arrives. Check back later for pictures…. and revisions. 😉

7:30 am: Breakfast, Chores, and Habit Training

*Guide: Simply Charlotte Mason (SCM) “Laying Down the Rails”

8:00 am: Morning Time Loop

*Guide: Morning Time Packet Cycle 1 via A Gentle Feast

*Truth (15 min): Bible Study: Scripture

*Beauty Loop (15 min):

*Goodness (20 min): The Chronicles of Narnia + Shakespeare for Children via The Kind Kingdom

Handwriting workbooks while they listen: The Good and The Beautiful

*Memory Loop (10 min): Math Facts, Bible Verse, Latin Vocab, Poetry

9:00 am: Morning Walk and Snack break

*Guide: Nature Study: Exploring Nature with Children

10:00 am: Language Arts (Work 20 minutes with each child)

*5 year old : The Good and the Beautiful level PreK/ + Explode the Code (A)

*8 year old: The Logic of English Foundations level C and D + Explode the Code (4)

*9 year old: A Gentle Feast Form Cycle 1 II Language Arts + Explode the Code (7)

*Tutorial (Mon & Fri) literature: The Boxcar Children + The Mouse and the Motorcycle + The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

11:00 am: Math (Work 20 minutes with each child)

*5 year old: Abeka Math + Math Seeds for extra practice

*8 year old: Abeka Math + Math Seeds for extra practice

*9 year old: Abeka Math + Teaching Textbooks level 4 for extra practice

12:00 pm: Lunch and Learn Loop

*History, Science, Geography, Time Line

*History Guide: The Kind Kingdom

We will supplement with these resources when necessary to explore subjects in further detail:

*History supplement : A Child’s History of the World

*Science: Space: The Good and The Beautiful Space

*Science supplement: Science in the Ancient World + Amazing Inventions of DaVinci

*Geography supplement: Home Geography for Primary Grades + Draw Europe

*Timeline supplement: A Book of Centuries

*Tutorial (Mon & Fri) resources: Story of the World + Exploring Creation with Astronomy

12:30 pm: Quiet Time (aka MOM TIME)

-Read independently, play quietly inside, or explore outside

1:00 pm: Handcrafts and Humanities

*Tutorial (Mon & Fri): Art + Latin

*Community Tutors (Tuesday): Ukele + Spanish

*At home (Wed & Thur): Handcrafts (art and knitting) + Piano

3:00 pm: Tea Time

*Resources: A Gentle Feast + The Cottage Press

*Loop: Brushwork Drawing + Nature Study

*Character Building: Q&A Book + Cat and Dog Theology + Knights in Training

*Journal: Commonplace Book

4:00 pm: Blessing Hour (tidy up)

4:30 pm: Play outside with friends

5:30 pm: Eat dinner


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