Thursday, August 11, 2005

Some Curricula That I Would Like To Try Out

history curriculum:

http://connectingwithhistory.blogspot.com/

home ec curriculum i want to try:
http://www.pearables.com/Home%20Economics%20Level%20One.htm

Mater Amabilis book list for their prep level: www.materamabilis.org
Preschool
The Orchard Book of Nursery Stories
or My First Oxford Book of Stories (Geraldine MacCaughrean)Kindergarten
Winnie the Pooh (A.A.Milne)
The Book of Virtues (William Bennet)
Beatrix Potter books
Picture Books
Alfie and Annie Rose,
Dogger and others by Shirley Hughes
Angus Lost (Marjorie Flack)
Blueberries for Sal (Robert McCloskey)
Brambly Hedge books (Jill Barklem)
Caps for Sale (Esphyr Slobodkina)
Corduroy (Don Freeman)
Dandelion (Don Freeman)
Goodnight Moon (Margaret Wise Brown)
Harry the Dirty Dog (Gene Zion)
Harry and the Lady Next Door (Gene Zion)
James Herriot Treasury (James Herriot)
Katy and the Big Snow (Virginia Lee Burton)
Little Bear (Else Minarik)
Little Grey Rabbit books (Alison Uttley)
Make Way for Ducklings (Robert McCloskey)
Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel (Virginia Lee Burton)
Millions of Cats (Wanda Gag)
One Morning in Maine (Robert McCloskey)
Petunia (Roger Duvoisin)
Stone Soup (Marcia Brown)
Swimmy (Leo Lionni)
The Little House (Virginia Lee Burton)
The Runaway Bunny (Margaret Wise Brown)
The Story of Ferdinand (Munro Leaf)
The Velveteen Rabbit (Margery Williams)
Thomas the Tank Engine books (Rev.W.Awtrey)
Wheel on the Chimney (Margaret Wise Brown)
Chapter Books
Happy Little Family (Rebecca Caudill) - pub. Bethlehem BooksHappy Times in Noisy Village (Astrid Lindgren) - pub. Bethlehem Books. Setin SwedenLittle Old Mrs Pepperpot (Alf Proysen)
Milly-Molly-Mandy Books (Joyce Lankaster Brisley)
My Father's Dragon (Ruth Stiles Gannett)
My Naughty Little Sister (Dorothy Edwards)
Paddington Bear (Michael Bond)
The Story of Holly and Ivy (Rumer Godden)

1 comment:

wondering said...

Looking at your reading list made me smile as I have almost all those books upstairs.

I'd be happy to reccommend more.

Love, Aunt Val