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Great spellers are always great readers,
but great readers are often weak spellers!
Be creative and
involve the kids!
for preschoolers. You are probably fa-miliar;with;Dr.;Seuss.;We;also;enjoyed
Stan and Jan Berenstain’s books; P. D.
Eastman’s books, including Are You My
Mother? and Sam and the Firefly; Mike
McClintock’s A Fly Went By; and books
by;Theo;LeSieg,;Arnold;Lobel,;E.;Minar-ik, Al Perkins, and B. Wiseman.
The LATIN Road to English Grammar Now you can teach English grammar and Latin at the same time - learn along with your students! Students 5th grade and above can earn
2 years of high school foreign language credit while building English grammar, vocabulary, and advanced spelling skills. Textbook, worksheets, tests, vocabulary cards, detailed lesson plans, answer keys, verb charts, audio pronunciation CDs, teacher training DVDs, and more! All the preparation is done for the teacher:
are useful for reading to younger students or can be the main reading materials in grades four through six. Some of
(especially The Mouse and the Motorcycle),;Kenneth;Grahame;(The Wind in
Winnie-the-Pooh),;Walter;Farley;( The Black Stallion),
Mary Norton (The Borrowers), Peggy
( The Cricket in Times Square
During the upper-elementary years
are The Twenty-One Balloons, Johnny
Tremain, Julie of the Wolves, King of the
Wind, The Jungle Book, Rabbit Hill, The
Chronicles of Narnia series, Anne of
Green Gables series, The Swiss Family
Robinson, and The Incredible Journey.
As our children became capable of
reading on an adult level, some of our
Richard;Adams;( Watership Down),;Jack
London, and Jules Verne. By this age,
should read are The Hiding Place
by;Cor-rie Ten Boom, Joni: An Unforgettable Story by;Joni;Eareckson;Tada,;and;How to
Win Friends and Influence People;by;Dale
Monthly Reading List
List by Michelle Miller of Truth-Quest History. Michelle provides
a new list each month on School-
houseTeachers.com that explores
one;subject;from;almost;every;con-ceivable angle! Explore topics such
as travel, photography, art, home
economics, science, music, famous
doctors and nurses, gardening, and
even spring cleaning!
Michelle’s lists are broken down
books that will enhance science, his-tory,;art,;and;more.;Plus,;suggested
reading levels and a short description are included for each title. Michelle’s lists are downloadable and
printable, perfect for taking along on
and select their own reading materials.
areas of science and social studies.
You can do this! Be creative and involve the kids! Believe me, it is so much
more fun and, ultimately, much more
educational than a slavish dependence
Mary Hood, Ph.D., and her husband,
Roy, homeschooled their five children
since the early 1980s. All have successfully made the transition to adulthood.
Mary has a Ph.D. in education and is
the director of ARCHERS for the Lord,
Inc. (The Association of Relaxed Christian Home Educators). She is the author
of The Relaxed Home School,
The;Joy-ful Home Schooler, and other books,
and is available for speaking engagements. Contact her via her website, www
4 in The Relaxed Homeschooler’s Workshop
Series, and a booklet I’ve written called Teaching Children to Use the Library; both are available