Curriculum Ideas

This page’s drop-down menu contains links to all my posts on subjects that we cover in a Charlotte Mason education. The links are added to as we progress in the journey and add new ideas and topics to our learning experiences, so look around and see what we’re up to!

Books About Reading Great Books (Full of the Best Book Lists)

Literature

A Picture Perfect Childhood by Cay Gibson (read my review here) – this belongs in many categories as it has many recommended reading lists for many topics. It includes chapters on the importance of reading aloud and the many benefits of picture books.

Caught Up in a Story by Sarah Clarkson (read my review here) – this book is written by a former homeschool student who shares her experience of growing up with exposure and immersion in excellent literature. Includes some of her must-read recommendations.

Who Shall We Then Read? Volume 1 and 2 by Jan Bloom (read my review here) – this belongs in many categories as it contains history lists, science, literature, geography and more. It contains many complete lists of series such as the Landmark, Childhood of Famous Americans, and lists over 150 author’s works by age group and genre. 

Books Children Love by Elizabeth Wilson – 

Honey For a Child’s Heart by Gladys Hunt

Invitation to the Classics edited by Cowan and Guinness

The New Read Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease

History, Science, & Geography

All Through The Ages by Christine Miller

Let the Authors Speak by Carolyn Hatcher

Turning Back the Pages of Time by Kathy Keller

Who Shall We Then Read? Volume 1 and 2 by Jan Bloom (read my review here) – this belongs in many categories as it contains history lists, science, literature, geography and more.

Yesterday’s Classic Ebooks for Kindle or ePub

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