Monday, August 18, 2014

Weekly Giveaways: Write from History Curriculum & FREEBIE

Write From History

This weeks sponsor: Brookdale House- Write from History series

In the Charlotte Mason style - children will learn to write by studying some of the "greats" - collections from famous and talented authors of the past. Who best to learn from - than the Masters themselves?

In this way - you are teaching an elementary student to write, and you’re also teaching history and handwriting - you can definitely save time with this homeschool writing curriculum and method of teaching.

It is an elementary program - intended to prepare children for middle school writing.

This writing program teaches grammar, spelling, penmanship, and history—all at once.

See more about the curriculum and get the details here.

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Win a complete email set of the Write from History series--$160 value.

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A bit more about the Write from History series:
Based on the Charlotte Mason style of learning, students will study writings by famous and talented authors from history. They will then complete age appropriate assignments using oral dictation, writing summaries or additional writing.
In this manner - your history, spelling, reading, grammar and handwriting is combined - saving you time and money on curriculum and with terrific results!
From Brookdale House:
All Level 1 books contain historically relevant reading selections divided into four chapters: short stories, time period tales, poetry, and cultural tales. There are two writing models following each reading selection. One or both can be used for copywork. If the student is ready, the second model can be used for dictation.

In the Level 1 books, the two different writing models are presented differently for each reading selection. For the first model, children write in an area that has ruled lines below each word they copy. The second writing model is written at the top of the net page, and is followed by ruled lines in the lower half of the page. The second model requires students to write from memory.

All Level 2 books contain historically relevant reading selections divided into four chapters: short historical narratives, excerpt from primary source documents, poetry and cultural tales. In the Level 2 books, students in grades 3 to 5 are introduced in a gentle manner to interesting excerpts from primary source documents. These older students are encouraged to copy paragraph sized models written in either print or cursive. In the appendix are additional models which may be used for studied dictation.

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