silver Posted March 13 Share Posted March 13 I'm looking for a grammar curriculum for the logic stage, but the combination of things I'm looking for make me think I'm looking for a unicorn. I want it to have: - only grammar, no writing lessons - (alternatively, both of: the writing lessons are easy to skip and the price is $50 or less for a year so that it doesn't feel silly to skip a big chunk of the text) - covers diagramming - short lessons (10-20 minutes) - short exercises (maybe 5-10 quick oral [or white board] exercises on the lesson topic and then diagram a sentence or two) - fewer than 140 lessons (ideal would be 90-110 lessons) - extra fun bonus: either has levels (with guidance for placement) or assumes some grammar knowledge (parts of speech already known, basics of diagramming already known, etc) - songs or chants are not an essential part of the curriculum Grammar for the WTM lessons are too long; breaking lessons into smaller chunks gives it too many lessons. The curriculum "Daily Grammar Practice" seems close, but it's just exercises and doesn't actually have any teaching/lessons. English Lessons through Literature, although lessons are short, has way more than grammar in it. Rod and Staff has too many exercises. Does anyone know of the unicorn I seek? Anything close? Input for why the few I listed above would actually work for us? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.