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AO Year One Bookmark Schedules

Created by Beth Kanning, June 2011, elizabethkanning@yahoo.com

This file includes individual bookmarks for some of the books included in the Ambleside Online Year One Schedule. The schedule for each book is listed on the bookmark for easy reference. Not every book has been included, The Burgess Bird Book and Handbook of Nature study were left out. The first page has a backside, the second page is intended to be the back. You can print it front and back, or just make two separate bookmarks from the pages. The rest of the bookmarks are all one sided. If you discover any errors, please email me and I will upload a revised version as soon as I can. ENJOY!

Paddle- to- the- Sea
By Holling C. Holling

AESOP’S FABLES by MILO WINTER
TERM ONE
Week 1: The Wolf and the Kid (pg. 7) Tortoise and the Ducks (pg. 8) Week 2: Belling the Cat (pg. 11) The Eagle and the Jackdaw (pg. 12) Week 3: The Boy and the Filberts (pg. 12) Hercules and the Wagoner (pg. 13) Week 4: The Kid and the Wolf (pg. 13) The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse (pg. 14) Week 5: The Fox and the Grapes (pg. 16) The Bundle of Sticks (pg. 16) Week 6: The Ass and his Driver (pg. 18) The Oxen and the Wheels (pg. 18) Week 7: The Lion and the Mouse (pg. 19) The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf (pg. 20) Week 8: The Gnat and the Bull (pg. 21) The Plane Tree (pg. 21) Week 9: The Farmer and the Stork (pg. 22) The Sheep and the Pig (pg. 22) Week 10: The Travelers and the Purse (pg. 24) The Lion and the Ass (pg. 24) Week 11: The Frogs who Wished for a King (pg. 25) The Oak and the Reeds (pg. 28) Week 12: The Boys and the Frogs (pg. 29) The Crow and the Pitcher (pg. 30)

TERM ONE Week 1: Chapter 1 Week 2: Chapter 2 Week 3: Chapter 3 Week 5: Chapter 4 Week 6: Chapter 5 TERM TWO Week 13: Chapter 10 Week 14: Chapter 11 Week 15: Chapter 12 Week 17: Chapter 13 Week 18: Chapter 14 Week 19: Chapter 15 Week 21: Chapter 16 Week 22: Chapter 17 Week 23: Chapter 18 Week 7: Chapter 6 Week 9: Chapter 7 Week 10: Chapter 8 Week 11: Chapter 9

AESOP’S FABLES by MILO WINTER
TERM TWO
Week 13: The Ants and the Grasshopper (pg. 30) The Ass Carrying the Image (pg. 31) Week 14; A Raven and a Swan (pg. 31) The Two Goats (pg. 32) Week 15: The Ass and the Load of Salt (pg. 32) The Lion and the Gnat (pg. 34) Week 16: The Leap at Rhodes (pg. 34) The Wild Boar and the Fox (pg. 36) Week 17: The Ass, the Fox and the Lion (pg. 36) The Birds, the Beasts and the Bat (pg. 37) Week 18: The Lion, the Bear and the Fox (pg. 37) The Hares and the Frogs (pg. 39) Week 19: The Fox and the Stork (pg. 40) The Travelers and the Sea (pg. 41) Week 20: The Stag and his Reflection (pg. 42) The Peacock (pg. 42) Week 21: The Mice and the Weasels (pg. 44) The Wolf and the Lean Dog (pg. 44) Week 22: The Vain Jackdaw and his Borrowed Feathers (pg. 47) The Monkey and the Cat (pg. 50) Week 23: The Dogs and the Hides (pg. 51) The Bear and the Bees (pg. 52) Week 24: The Fox and the Leopard (pg. 52) The Heron (pg. 54)

Paddle- to- the- Sea
By Holling C. Holling

TERM THREE Week 25: Chapter 19 Week 26: Chapter 20 Week 27: Chapter 21 Week 29: Chapter 22 Week 30: Chapter 23 Week 31: Chapter 24 Week 33: Chapter 25 Week 34: Chapter 26 Week 35: Chapter 27

Print and use this page separately or use this page as a backside to page one

AESOP’S FABLES by MILO WINTER
TERM THREE Week 25: The Fox and the Goat (pg. 57) The Cat, the Cock and the Young Mouse (pg. 59) Week 26: The Wolf and The Shepherd (pg. 59) The Farmer and His Sons (pg. 61) Week 27: The Goose and the Golden Egg (pg. 62) The Astrologer; sometimes called The Astronomer (pg. 65) Week 28: Three Bullocks and a Lion (pg. 66) Mercury and the Woodman (pg. 66) Week 29: The Wolf n Sheep's Clothing (pg. 69) The Milkmaid and her Pail (pg. 74) Week 30: The Goatherd and the Goat (pg. 75) The Wolf and the Housedog (pg. 77) Week 31: The Quack Toad; sometimes called The Quack Frog (pg. 78) The Cat and the Fox (pg. 82) Week 32: Two Travelers and a Bear (pg. 83) The Dog and His Reflection, or The Dog and His Shadow (pg. 84) Week 33: The Hare and the Tortoise (pg. 84) The Fox and the Crow (pg. 87) Week 34: The Lions Share (pg. 90) The Northwind and the Sun (pg. 91) Week 35: The Ass in the Lion's Skin (pg. 93) The Bees, and Wasps and the Hornet (pg. 94) Week 36: The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle (pg. 96)

Just So Stories
by Rudyard Kipling

Term One
Week 1: Whale Week 5: Camel Week 9: Rhino Week 12: Leopard

Term Two
Week 14: Elephant’s Child Week 16: Kangaroo Week 19: Armadillos Week 23: First Letter

Term Three
Week 25: Alphabet Week 29: Crab Week 33: Cat Week 36: Butterfly

Fifty Famous Stories Retold
By James Baldwin

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 Week 15 Week 16 Week 17 Week 18 Week 19 Week 20 Week 21 Week 22 Week 23 Week 24 Week 25

Term One Sword of Damocles Damon & Pythias The Brave Three Hundred Alexander & Bucephalus The Story of Regulus Cornelia's Jewels

Viking Tales
by Jennie Hall

Horatius at the Bridge Androclus & the Lion

The Story of Cincinnatus King Alfred & the Beggar Arnold Winkelried

The Story of William Tell Term Two Bruce & The Spider The Black Douglas Whittington & His Cat The Inchcape Rock Casablanca Sir Philip Sidney Picciola

Term Three
Week 26 Week 27 Week 28 Week 29 Week 30 Week 31 Week 32 Week 33 Week 34 Week 35 Week 36 The Baby The Tooth-thrall Olaf's Farm Olaf's Fight Foes' Fear Harald is King Harald's Battle Gyda's Saucy Message The Sea Fight King Harold’s Wedding King Harold Goes West Over Seas

George Washington How Napoleon Crossed Antonio Canova Grace Darling

Maximilian & The Goose Boy

Term Three The Kingdoms

Our Island Story
By H.E. Marshall

Parables from Nature
Term One
Week 1 A Lesson Of Faith Week 5 The Law of Authority & Obedience Week 11 The Unknown Land

Term One
Week 1 Week 3 Week 5 Week 7 Week 9 Week 11 Week 12

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Chapter 20 Chapter 21

Term Two
Week 17 Training and Restraining Week 23 Waiting

Term Two
Week 13 Week 16 Week 18 Week 20 Week 22 Week 24

Term Three
Week 25 Law of the Wood Week 31 Daily Bread Week 35 Cobwebs

Term Three
Week 25 Week 27 Week 29 Week 31 Week 33 Week 35 Week 36

by Andrew Lang Term One
Week 3 Beauty and the Beast OR The Glass Slipper Week 6 Why the Sea is Salt OR Felicia and the Pot of Pinks Week 12 Prince Darling and Toads and Diamonds OR East of the Sun, West of the Moon

Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare
By Edith Nesbitt
or

Tales From Shakespeare
By Charles Lamb

Term Two
Week 13 The Glass Slipper OR Beauty and the Beast Week 15 Master Maid OR Prince Hyacinth Week 18 Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp OR Why the Sea is Salt

Term One Week 7 A Midsummer Night’s Dream Week 9 The Tempest Term Two Week 16 As You Like It Week 19 The Winter’s Tale Term Three Week 29 King Lear Week 34 Twelfth Night

Term Three
Week 26 East of the Sun, West of the Moon OR Snow-white and Rose Red Week 31 The Forty Thieves OR Prince Darling Week 36 White Cat OR Princess and the Glass Hill

Trial and Triumph
By Richard Hannula Term one

James Herriot’s Treasury for Children
Term One
Week 4 Week 5

Week 2 Week 7 Week 12

Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3

Moses The Kitten Only One Woof

Term Two

Term Two
Week 13 Week 24 Week 21

Week 14 Week 18 Week 22

Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6

Bonny's Big Day The Market Square Dog Blossom Comes Home

Term Three

Week 27 Week 32 Week 36

Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9

Term Three
Week 28 Week 33

Oscar, Cat-About-Town Smudge, the Little Lost Lamb