Our Scope and Sequence for Next Year



Instructional Scope and Sequence for B:

Bible

B will be assigned selected narrative portions of the Old Testament to read, he will continue reading the New Testament with his Father.

Art

Feed My Sheep by Barry Stebbings

Geography

Blackline Maps of World History published by Knowledge

Quest. We will fill in blank maps, and other exercises as they

come up in the Story of the World Vol 4.

History

Story of the World Vol 4 by Susan Wise Bauer

Latin

Latina Christiana II by Leigh Lowe

Mathematics

The Key to press workbooks for measurement, fractions,

percents, decimals, algebra and geometry. B will work

through them over the next 2 years, reviewing his basic

arithmetic facts as he goes.

Music

Flute lessons


Nature, Science, and Technology

We plan to hike in the local Audubon Sanctuaries,

  National Wildlife Sanctuaries, and State Parks. B has

begun to keep a notebook. We will also work in our flower

and vegetable gardens. We hope to compete in the

F.I.R.S.T Lego League Robotics Competition. We also hope

to work through the experiments in several books by Bernie Zubrowski.

Spelling

Spell to Write and Read by Wanda Sansori

Writing

Writing Strands 4 by Dave Marks


Public Speaking

B will take a co-op class, and his Lego team must make a presentation to the judges during the competition.

Logic

The Thinking Toolbox, and The Fallacy Detective by Hans and

Nathaniel Bluedorn.

Instructional Scope and Sequence for M:

Bible

M will continue to listen to daily reading from his Dad and Brother.

Art

M will work through the exercises in I Can Do All Things: A Beginning book of Drawing and Painting by Barry Stebbing


History/Geography

M will be read any appropriate biography or story from the co-lateral reading for Story of the World Vol 4. The twentieth Century is really scary for first graders! We will look at maps especially on field trips or family outings, and when we pray for world events and missionaries at church.

Writing

M will continue to practice is handwriting with worksheets from CursiveFirstby Liz Fitzgerald. I will write down his narrations for him to copy over for copy work.

Phonics

Spell to Write and Read by Wanda Sansori

Literature

We will continue to read a loud many novels and biographies, so that he will know that it is bedtime .

Mathematics

We will continue to work though Miquon Math, the red and orange books. We will also read books, work puzzles, and do vigorous block play as suggested by the Living Math Group on the Internet.

Music

God’s Children Sing by Lorna Heyge, Catherine Mathia, Linda Robinson, and Audrey Sillick.

Nature, Science,and Technology

We plan to hike in the local Audubon Sanctuaries, National Wildlife Sanctuaries, and State Parks. We will also work in our flower and vegetable gardens. We hope to compete in the Jr. F.I.R.S.T Lego League Robotics Competition. We also hope to work through the experiments in several books by Bernie Zubrowski.

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  1. Hey, will you post often on how you like SOTW 4? I'm not doing year 4 this year– going back to one– but I'm wondering what we'll use when we get back there.