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The Lesson Book

The Lesson book: Level Two

This one is for those children who are doing well at reading whole sentences and paragraphs and have a good understanding as to the construction of words and sentences.

The Lesson book: Level One

This one is for those children who are beginning to understand the basics of word composition and are sounding out simple sentences. 

The Lesson Book: Level Three

This one is for those children who are becoming more comfortable with reading and writing so they no longer need guidelines as in primary lessons.

The Lesson book: Level Five

 This one is for those children who are confident readers and writers but need to be challenged in fluidity, complexity, and higher vocabulary.

The Lesson book: Level Four

This one is for those children who are fluent readers but are building on their vocabulary and writing skills.

Gentle Grammar

Gentle Grammar: Level 1

This level is for children who are reading whole words and sentences pretty well. If your child can read an en-tire Dr. Seuss book pretty easily, he’s probably ready.

Gentle Grammar: Level 2

You won’t want your child to attempt this level until he/she has a good understanding of the different types of sentences and has a basic grasp of punctuation. If he is not used to these things, have him go through the first level of Gentle Grammar before you try this second level.

Gentle Grammar: Level 3

You won’t want your child to attempt this level until he/she has a good understanding of the different types of sentences and has a basic grasp of punctuation. If he is not used to these things, have him go through the first and second levels of Gentle Grammar before you try this third level.

Gentle Grammar: Level 4

You won’t want your child to attempt this level until he/she has a good understanding of the different types of sentences and has a basic grasp of punctuation. The best preparation for this fourth level is the first, second and third levels of Gentle Grammar.

The Record Book

Learning is more than textbooks and tests. It is a living, active thing, and it is happening all of the time. The problem is capturing it and recording it so that it counts. The Record Book makes that seem simple! With these pages you will: •Have a record for authorities •Be able to accurately produce high school transcripts •Have a bank of memories both for sentimental and practical use later on. Each page incudes places to write down the activity, the time spent, the children who were involved, and the education area(s) covered. There is also a place for notes, such as the attitude of the children, the circumstances of the day, or even some directions for the next day. Also included are: •Basic instructions and a brief explanation of the philosophy behind the book. •Pages of encouraging quotes intermixed with the recording pages. It is our hope this tool will help you gain more peace and satisfaction as you homeschool your children.