St. Bede's School for Wayward Children

These plans began being written in 2010-2011, when we had a fifth grader, a third grader and a first grader. I'll continue adding curriculum plans for other grades as we get to them, and they are written. These lists contain typos and/or things that don't exist.  These are also representative of what we really do, which means that things listed in one quarter may be repeated in another quarter if we actually didn't get to them as originally planned.  Also, lessons may not start at the beginning of a book, because one of my children might have begun that book last year.  Use as you see fit. Want more information? Email me at jordana --at-- sluggy dot net

Booklists:
First Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade

Morning Circle Time is when we pray together, read Bible and Saint stories, memorize poetry and read other stories that introduce other topics or literature that I want everyone to get to.  When a day doesn't start normally, because of field trips, doctor's appointment or other things, we just move on to the next day on the schedule and don't try to catch up.

Circle Time (2010-2011)

Lesson Plans:

First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter Fourth Quarter
First Grade First Grade First Grade First Grade
Second Grade Second Grade Second Grade Second Grade
Third Grade Third Grade Third Grade Third Grade
Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade Fifth Grade Fifth Grade Fifth Grade
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Sixth Grade

History Resources for the Middle Ages, Renaissance, & Reformation:
History of the Middle Ages, Renaissance & Reformation for Catholic Children in the Logic and Grammar Stages (lesson plan designed by me for my kids to work on in 2011-2012 -- last updated 2/24/2012)

Timeline/Biography Cards for the Middle Ages - Reformation:
Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5

Who's Who in History Biography Sheet

Other Useful Resources:
Story of the World Workbook Pages: 2 Day a Week Plan
Happy Scribe Copybooks
Paidea Classics Free Copywork Pages
Zaner-Bloser Fonts Online
Harmony Arts Mom Sketch Tuesday
That Artist Woman
Logos Elementary Literature List
Trinity Classical Academy Reading Lists
Medieval Mom's Booklists on The Well-Trained Mind Forum
Guest Hollow's Timeline Pages 
St. Jerome's Classical Academy Educational Plan
Donahue Academy  of Ave Maria Curriculum

3 comments:

Mary @ A Simple Twist of Faith said...

I am in awe, thanks for list all of your resources too! Do you have a suggestion for a daily saint day for 3-5 year olds, something I can read during our circle time?

Jordana said...

Mary, last year we read Saints for Young Readers for Every Day. It's a decent short story of a Saint or Feast Day for every day of the year (the link is to the first volume, by the way). This year, I decided just to read saint stories and other than on a few special days not try to tie them to their feast day. We're using the Loyola Kids Book of Saints which has more interesting stories in my opinion. For the ages of your daughters, you might want to get some of the books in the Once Upon a Time Saints series, because they have good stories and beautiful pictures.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for these resources! ...and I thought we were the only ones who do circle time! Works for us, too! -Faith

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