This page contains links to all the resources related to the Delightful Reading workshop. We hope you will find it helpful. (No spam or junk. Unsubscribe any time. Your address stays private. We promise.) Helpful Links Playing with Letters and Sounds: Delightful Reading, Level 1 Words I Can Build: Delightful Reading, Level 2 From Words […]
Reading aloud to your children is a gift that you can give them all year round. If you set up a habit of reading together just one chapter from a good literature book every day, you’ll be giving your children a precious gift. In fact, you might not realize just how valuable that gift is. […]
When you drive a long distance, it’s reassuring to have signs along the route that tell you when to turn or that your exit is coming up. Well, the same holds true when you’re teaching your child to read. There are signposts along that road. Let’s talk through the five steps involved in teaching your […]
Have you ever watched a play or a movie in which the actors weren’t that great? They just didn’t do a very good job of delivering their lines or communicating what was happening inside and outside their characters. The actors didn’t write the play or the movie, yet they had an important role in making […]
Hymns in Prose for Children (for reading instruction or practice) Hymns in Prose teacher book (optional; for reading instruction) Hymns in Prose copybook (handwriting practice: print or cursive; gently reinforces spelling)
[SCM]Delightful Reading, Level 3: From Words to Books [SCM]First Steps [SCM]Days Go By [SCM]More Days Go By [SCM]Delightful Handwriting teacher book [SCM]Delightful Handwriting student copybook
New Friends, More New Friends (for more reading practice) Print to Cursive Proverbs (for cursive instruction)
Oral narration integrated into history, geography, Bible readings Exercises 1–70 in Spelling Wisdom, Book 1, and Using Language Well, Book 1
I just want to take a moment to thank you for offering handicraft material. I am not a crafty person at all. Some people break into a sweat if they are asked to speak in public, I break into a sweat when I see a glue stick. We just finished “Paper and Cardboard” handicrafts. Though […]
Designed as a complete package, these Youth Editions makes Ourselves friendly and convenient for students and parents alike.
Teaching language arts doesn’t have to be complicated. Discover what exactly is included in language arts and how the Charlotte Mason Method simply follows the natural progression of learning to use language well.
My youngest has been traveling to conventions with us over the past few months. Amid the different locations and changing venues, she has held tightly to one constant: on every trip she brings a classic children’s literature book. These books are her old friends: Little House in the Big Woods; Charlotte’s Web; Winnie-the-Pooh; Farmer Boy; […]
Here are more great titles that you can use for substitutions or leisure reading or to create your own heritage history stream as desired. We will add to this list as we discover and review more new-to-us books. Sign up to be notified when we add new bonus titles to our history book lists! Coming […]
We really like Spelling Wisdom (and Using Language Well, these two products are used together). I love how learning how to spell comes organically while reading beautiful passages. It’s low pressure and very effective, in my experience.
Here are more great titles that you can use for substitutions or leisure reading or to create your own heritage history stream as desired. We will add to this list as we discover and review more new-to-us books. Sign up to be notified when we add new bonus titles to our history book lists! Pyramid […]
I just pulled a notebook off my little reading table and opened to the first page. And I can’t stop smiling at the diversity of wisdom and wit recorded there. First is a quote by Eleanor Roosevelt: “I decided to accept the fact that a man must be what he is, life must be lived […]
This attractive Youth Edition of Ourselves, Book 2, features short readings, narration and discussion prompts, side notes, exam questions, and more.
My friend and coworker, Laura Pitney is with me today for another episode of Your Questions Answered. Today’s question is What is the place of audiobooks in a Charlotte Mason home school? Laura: That is a great question for sure. Sonya: Let’s talk about benefits first, how they can be very helpful to a homeschool […]
Some of you have asked about notebooking and whether that is a Charlotte Mason method. It’s a good question, and the answer all depends on what you’re thinking of when you think “notebooking.” For some people, notebooking is like scrapbooking. You tuck postcards and maps, stickers and photographs, pamphlets and articles from magazines on the […]
In a Charlotte Mason education, it’s the books that shine. They are the teachers, and a lot depends on them. That’s why we are selective when it comes to the books we recommend in our curriculum at Simply Charlotte Mason. If you look at the SCM curriculum pages on our website, you can see all […]