NARNIA HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM
Why I Made This is Workbook
One of my boys struggles with his handwriting. I looked all over for a cursive book that would peek his interest. I know that the best learning happens when connected to something meaningful, instead of just rote memorization.
We ordered a book themed workbook, based on another children's book series, but when I received it, I could tell it was not written by a teacher. It was fun for practice, but not good at all for learning the formation of each letter and joining letters or correcting bad habits. As a homeschooling mother with a degree in Early Childhood Education, I knew I could do better.
The workbook we created has large illustrations with arrows on how to create each letter. Each page combines repetition of tracing and copying with the meaningful words and phrases from our family's favorite subject, the world of Narnia. The skills learned are thoughtfully scaffolded, as your child progresses from letters, to joining, to words, to quotes.
- Suggested Use and Schedule
- Part one: Letter Practice
- Part two: Word Practice
- Part three: Quote Copywork
|PART ONE letter practice.|
|PART TWO Word practice|
|PART THREE Quote Copywork|
My amazing detail oriented husband did all my editing, especially the hours of formatting lines and quotes.
Once we completed, I wanted to share the book with more families. My workbook is now for sale on Amazon. It is Cursive workbook features over 70 pages of Narnia related cursive learning and practice using D’nealian Cursive.
|BACK COVER |
Book includes cursive practice of letters, words, and quotes.
|Writing in the Wardrobe: Print Workbook|
Don't forget to travel to Middle-Earth and Prince Edward Island after you leave Narnia: