How we learn with children’s classics
Sharing children’s classics with my kids is one of the true joys of homeschooling. Whether they read independently, we read aloud together, or they listen to an audio book, sharing a wonderful story is an enriching experience. We have built up a pretty impressive book list over our years of homeschooling, rediscovering some of my childhood favorites and finding new classics in the making.
We get together with other families each month for a literature discussion group, and we’ve read and shared some wonderful books and enrichment experiences though field trips and hands-on projects.
Here are just a few of the classic books and activities we’ve shared
- Real Kids Read: The House of Sixty Fathers
- Real Teens Meet a Real Hero: Diary of a Young Girl
- Hamlet for Kids
- Real Teens Read: Russia: Breaking Stalin’s Nose and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovitch
- Read Teens Read: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- Walk Two Moons
- Real Teens Read: To Kill a Mockingbird
- Ender’s Game
Last week’s most popular linked post was:
- Pumpkin Spice Latte Cookies from Strength & Sunshine
And now for the link up!
This list has our topics for 2015, but you don’t have to stick to that, anything reading and family related is welcome Our hosts will still share a themed selection each week, but our link up will be for anything literature related and family friendly – always. If you’d like to join us as a co-host in the new year, please contact Katie.
Katie @ Paradise Praises
Tara @ Embark on the Journey
Jeanae @ Just Jeanae
Dawnita @ Prairie Dust Trail
Beth @ Classes by Beth
Anne @ Learning Table