Today I have a couple of links to share with you. The first is to an interesting article on the differences between the literature that children studied in the seventh and eighth grades in 1908 and the literature list for the same grade children more recently. The author goes through the lists and makes several comparisons. I’m always interested in book suggestions, so I enjoyed reading this article.
The Teaching Home magazine’s website has a plethora of wonderful articles. If you sign up for their newsletter, you’ll get some good suggestions each month. This is the one I got recently. It has lots of ideas for Autumn and incorporating nature in to your studies. If you go to this link, you can spend a lot of time perusing previous newsletters. Lots and lots of ideas and encouragement!
I saw this “comic book” mentioned somewhere and thought it was quite an interesting idea. It teaches science in the form of a comic book or dare I say, graphic novel. At any rate, you might want to check out this review and see a peek at what it looks like at Educents.
That’s all for today.
Until next time, God bless,