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Our Complete Reading List

Our Complete Reading List

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This is our Reading list starting at beginning self reader through high school. Some books must be saved until the kidsare older for maturity reasons. I have provided the links to books we use in our homeschooling. (Free)There are other books listed that we had on hand, so they are part of our learning. But they are not needed purchases by any means. There are a few items such as McGuffey that I feel are not the same on an Ereader so either the printed out versions from the internet (though free) or the actual books are better in this instance.My booklist is based on the Robinson Curriculum and then I added in books from Old Fashioned Education, Ambleside andchildhood favorites to compile our “reading list”.How we use this list:The kids pick one book and read it through in their own timetable. They can read from as many books as they like, but Ionly ask they read one at a time. We talk about what they read as two friends discuss a book. But I don't test or quiz ordo any type of comprehension questions. Vocabulary is learned in Charlotte Mason style in the course of their reading. When they need to know a word they look it up, for younger ones I help them look it up. Many of these books areavailable via audio books as well for those who have that interest. Aside from reading my math preference is Life Of Fred for math. Once a child is reading well on their own. And the kids write. Penpals, journals, parent/child jouranls (this is where I write blessings to them and where we just write letters back and fourth or tell silly stories), they write their own fiction and non fiction stories, keep their own journals and write to family. This is not all done at the same time. They pick one item when it's time to do writing. My  younger ones who are beyond learning handwriting formation, do bible copywork that I created. Any book of biblepromises would be a great source to use for this and/or for older children. We do math, writing and Reading and daily the kids read the bible, do daily prayers and read devotoins as well as read to younger siblings. The rest of their learning is thorugh our daily life as a family (unschooling).I hope this list is of help in your homeschooling journey.If you find any errors in this list please contact me through:http://kontactr.com/user/fourshopping ~Melissa~
 
The Reading List
Completed OptionalorRequiredTitleAuthorgradelevel”“Subject”
Notes
R McGuffey's Primerhttp://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks /14642McGuffey 1Reader & English
*I recommended this be purchasedin the actual book or printed out.The E-books do not present as wellin this series.
RMcGuffey's First Readerhttp://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks /14640McGuffey 1Reader & EnglishRFive True Dog StoriesMargaret Davidson1ScienceThese I happened to have onhand from our Sonlight days.RBilly & BlazeCW Anderson1ReaderRPompeii Buried AliveEdith Kunhardt1HistorRTitanic Lost and Found1HistorRThe Tale of Peter RabbitBeatrix Potter1Reader All in this collection arelocated here:http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/search.html/?default_prefix=author_id&sort_order=downloads&query =292These are such a sweetseries and contain images which are nice for youngerreaders.RCecily Parsley's Nursey RhymesBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Mrs. TittlemouseBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Mrs. Tiggy WinkleBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Mr. TodBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Benjamin BunnyBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Ginger & PicklesBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Jemina Puddle-DuckBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Johnny Town-MouseBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Mr. Jeremy FisherBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Samuel WhiskersBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Squirrel NutkinBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Flopsy BunnyBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of the Pie and the PattPanBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Timmy TiptoesBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Tale of Tom KittenBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Talior of GlousterBeatrix Potter1ReaderRThe Story of Miss MoppetBeatrix Potter1ReaderRChristian Liberty Press HelpinHands2Reader
These I picked up from ChristianLight Education just as a nicebeginning reader set for one of my daughters at age 7. They are sweetand gentle. They are part of thereading program but we only usedthese 2 books. And they can bepurchased separately.Christianbook.com sells these as well.
RChristian Liberty Press HappHearts2ReaderRChristian Liberty Press NatureReader KFlorence M. Lindstrom2ScienceReally sweet books (not anecessary, I just like themfor the kids to read tothemselves)RWho Was King Tut?Roberta Edwards 2History These I had on hand already.
 
Not a needed purchase, butsince we have them and thekids like them, I have themas required.RWho was Queen Elizabeth?June Eding 2HistorRWho was George Washingington?Roberta Edwards 2HistorRAbraham Lincoln Road to the WhitehouseKeith Brandt & JoannEarly Macken2HistorRWho Was Sacagawea? Fradin 2Histor
 
RWho was Ann Frank? Ann Abramson2HistorR (atleast15) of thesetitles tobe readThe Tale of Jolly RobinArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceWe adore this series. After the Beatrix Potterbooks, just jumping rightinto these from there wouldbe a good step.http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/search.html/?default_prefix=author_id&sort_order=downloads&query =1842The Tale of Solomon OwlArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Paddy MuskratArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Reddy WoodpeckerArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Chirpy CricketArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Old Dog SpotArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceSleepy-Time Tales: the Tale of Fatty Coon Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Benny BadgerArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Betsy ButteryArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Billy WoodchuckArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Bobby BobolinkArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Brownie BeaverArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Buster BumblebeeArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Chirpy CricketArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe tale of Cuffy BearArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Daddy Long LegsArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Dickie Dear MouseArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Ferdinand FrogArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Grumpy WeaselArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Freddie Firey Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Grandfather MoleArthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Grunty Pig Slumber-Town Tales Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Frisky Squirrel Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Henrietta Hen Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Jasper JayTuck-Me-InTales Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Jimmy RabbitSleepy-TimeTales Arthur Scott Bailey 2ScienceThe Tale of Kiddie Katydid Arthur Scott Bailey 2Science

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