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Sharing LA plan through 8, public domain


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I had posted some time ago that we had to pretty much eliminate our budget for school materials for this next year. I mentioned I would post what I figured out, once I had. Maybe it will help someone in a similar position. Below is a 'map', but I only have LA at this point. I feel better having thought through a plan, even though I imagine it will change over time. For whatever reason, my computer won't insert links, so I've just listed title/author for archive.org.

 

K and 1

LoE phonogram flashcards. Learn handwriting as phonograms are learned. Find phonograms in read aloud. Progressive Phonics, then 'shared reading' as done in Progressive Phonics. Copy short sentences from Progressive Phonics.

 

2

Review correct letter formation on whiteboard and teach cursive.

Narrate Book of Virtues. Copy narration and illustrate.

With Pencil and Pen- archive

Modern Speller 2, first book- archive

syllable readers- links are from thephonicspage

 

3

Review correct handwriting on whiteboard.

Language Readers 3- Baker and Carpenter on archive. These are English and reader in one, sort of like LLTL

Modern Speller 3, archive

creative prompt once a month

writing projects in faith

 

4

Language Readers 4

Modern Speller 4

creative prompt once a month

writing projects in history and science

2 book reviews

 

5

Language Readers 5

Modern Speller 5

creative prompt once a month

writing projects in history

2 book reviews

 

6

Language Readers 6

Modern Speller 6

creative prompt once a month

writing in history and science

2 book reviews

 

7

Elson Readers 7, archive

School Composition- Maxwell, archive

Derivatives of Words- Hyde, archive

writing in history and science

2 book analysis papers

 

8

Elson Readers 8, archive (but I have my grandmother's...how cool!)

Writing in English- Maxwell, archive

Harvey's Revised or Maxwell's grammar

2 books analysis papers

 

Anyway, maybe that can help someone who is budget-less. We are enjoying the materials we are using now.

 

 

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Bumping.  Thank you for sharing your work.

 

BTW, when I had problems inserting links on this board (with IE), I switched to a new browser (Firefox) and now it works fine.  :001_smile:

 

Thank you! I thought it was me, as I am very technologically challenged, but it seemed to be more than that. Will try different browser.

Oh- and you're welcome!

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