Topic | 2021/2022 Plans

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  • Alysee123
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    2020/2021 year was pairing down and listening to my kids about what they want to learn about. Our current goal is to always be done school by noon.

    Tea & Books – Together

    Day 1: Fiction Read Aloud, BraveWriter Dart Guide & Draw Your World – Mexico, Central & South America

    Day 2: Fiction Read Aloud, BraveWriter Dart Guide & Games/Madlibs

    Day 3: Fiction Read Aloud, BraveWriter Dart Guide & FreeWrite

    Day 4: Curiousity Chronicles – Early Mod, BraveWriter Dictation, A Childs Intro to Art History

    Unit Studies – Together 

    Rebels

    Canadian Railways

    The War of 1812

    The Solar System – Gr. 3

    Sharks – Gr. 3

    Australia/Marsupials/BarrierReef – Gr.4

    Rainforests(Amazon & Great Bear) – Gr. 6

    Math

    Chalkboard Pub: 10min Daily Math

    Singapore Dimensions

    CTC Math

    Individual

    Gr. 6 – Written Narrations, Drawing, Sewing

    Gr. 4 – Math Facts, Typing

    Gr. 3 – All About Spelling, Typing

    Alysee123
    Participant

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Reading List(so far)</p>

    • Curiousity Chronicles: Early Mod
    • Mysterious Benedict Society Series
    • Freya & Zoose
    • The Rats of Nihm
    • The City Jungle
    • The One and Only Ivan
    • The One and Only Bob
    • The Nerviest Girl in The World
    • The Magicians Elephant
    • The Tiger Rising
    • The Last Bear
    • Wishtree
    • The Ickabog
    • Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
    • The Incredible Journey
    • The Year of The Dog
    ErinD
    Participant

    Your unit study ideas look fun! 🙂

    We are a very eclectic family, using some CM methods where they work for us. For my kids this fall:

    12th grade son (my second graduate!):

    • Mathematics for the Trades
    • homemade CM-style literature and composition
    • Conceptual Physics
    • Canadian history & gov’t
    • homemade health elective
    • I will also give him a 1/2 credit for farm work experience

    10th grade son:

    • MUS Geometry
    • homemade CM-style literature and composition
    • Apologia Biology (done in the least stressful way possible)
    • Notgrass World History Part 2/MOH 4
    • Python Programming
    • Intro to Rhetoric

    8th grade son:

    • Key to Percents, maybe MUS pre-algebra after that
    • Daily Grams 7
    • R&S Spelling 7
    • narrations, outlines and rewrites
    • Apologia Botany for first semester, then something else later
    • Middle Ages and Early Modern History
    • various logic puzzles

    3rd grade daughter:

    • Teaching Textbooks 3
    • Easy Grammar, R&S Spelling
    • oral and written narrations, plus keeping a science notebook
    • Zoology using various books of interest
    • Middle Ages and Early Modern History with older brother
    • Canada Map Books to cover some Canadian geography
    • art projects of her choosing, piano lessons and hymn-singing
    SewFanny
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    You unit study ideas motivated me to keep up our unit studies in the new school year. We paused unit studies this year bc we had a new baby in July. We mainly focused on play and 3R’s. My oldest is only 9. I’m looking forward to planning some unit studies for this new school year!

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