Train up a Child Publishing is literature based Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling using the Bible and great children’s literature to teach Bible, History/Reading, Science, Language Arts, and Fine Arts together in one educational plan. A review from The Curriculum Choice.
At a Glance Product: Christian Liberty Press Preschool Program Age Level: 3-5 Use as: Stand alone curriculum Prep Time: Minimal to moderate prep time before preschool class time. Homeschool Method: Traditional, Christian, Eclectic Price: $87.00 Purchase: HERE. Rating: 5 out of 5 gold apples Review: I have used Christian Liberty Press in the past and loved
My beginning readers are children who have been raised on a wide variety of literature, from Dora the Explorer books (which do not really count as literature) to classics like Heidi and everything in between. As they have begun learning to read one thing I have tried to find are beautiful books on their level. I’m sorry, I’ve seen those beginning readers where the whole
One of my favorite book series to read to my younger children is the AlphaTales set by Scholastic. I found mine at a yard sale one summer and we have had lots of laughs and phonics fun since then. Each book focuses a letter of the alphabet with an animal main character who begins with that letter. The silly stories and cheerful illustrations draw your child through many words that