Enrichment Studies

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  • Ken4mycaryn15

    Do I just begin with Enrichment Study Volume 1? What are the differences? How do I determine which one I need? It looks like they are both 1-12 grade so I am confused about what to do.

    Karen Smith

    You can choose either Enrichment Studies lesson plans guide. There is not particular order to use them in. Many moms with younger children will start with Enrichment Studies, Volume 1 because Robert Louis Stevenson is the poet scheduled in that guide. Some moms start with Volume 1 because they like to do things in order. Some moms with older children will start with Volume 2 because they want to start with a poet other than Stevenson, who is usually viewed as a poet for younger children. Ultimately, the choice is yours.

    Each Enrichment Study schedules three artists, three composers, one poet, one Shakespeare play, literature for three grade groups, foreign language, Scripture memorization, creative art, handicrafts, hymns, habits, and nature study. The difference between the two Enrichment Study guides is which artists, composers, poet, literature, Bible verses for memorization, Shakespeare play, creative art project, hymns, and handicraft projects are scheduled for a year of study. You can view the lists of which poet, Shakespeare play, literature, artists, composers, etc. are scheduled in each Enrichment Study guide by either downloading the free sample or by choosing the Book List tab in the product description.

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