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Literature and Creative Writing 1013 - 1024

1013 Practise writing the capital letters in order; learn to interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing; learn to read and write stories.

1014 Practise writing small letters (lower case) in order; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing; learn to finish stories.

1015 Practise writing small letters in order; learn to finish stories; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing.

1016 Practise writing small letters in order; learn to finish stories; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing.

1017 Practise writing letters which go above and below the line; learn to finish stories; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing.

1018 Write words; learn to finish stories; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing; put sentences and pictures in order.

1019 Practise writing words; put sentences and pictures in order; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing; learn to choose story endings.

1020 Learn to finish stories; interpret pictures and imagine what someone is saying or doing; put sentences and pictures in order.

1021 Learn to finish stories; look at pictures and write what God made; learn to describe things that God made; look at a picture and know what people are saying; put sentences in order.

1022 Know what is happening in a picture; write what is happening in a picture; learn to finish stories; put sentences and pictures in order.

1023 Learn to choose what is happening in a picture; learn to make connected lines; learn to finish stories; learn to answer questions and write sentences.

1024 Learn to choose what is happening in a picture; learn to finish stories; learn to answer questions and write sentences; learn to write sentences with adjectives.

Literature and Creative Writing 1025 - 1036

1025 Practise handwriting and reading skills; write what is happening from pictures; learn how action words make writing more interesting; learn to choose the best answers and answer questions; read Chapter 1 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christie; put instructions in order.

1026 Practise handwriting and reading skills; write words that tell how, when and where; read Chapter 2 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christie; change "what kind" words to "how" words; tell when and where things happen.

1027 Practise handwriting and reading skills; write story titles and choose story endings; write about "What you would do if…"; learn about a Table of Contents; read Chapter 3 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christie; learn about characters, plot, setting and order in a story.

1028 Practise handwriting and reading skills; answer questions from pictures; write story titles and choose story endings; think and write; read Chapter 4 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christi;visualize setting and Characters; review action words

1029 Practise handwriting and reading skills; write about myself and others; decide "Which is…"; learn and write words that describe; read Chapter 5 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christi.

1030 Practise handwriting and reading skills; recognize things that belong together; use my imagination; write sentences in order; read Chapter 6 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christi; follow directions.

1031 Practise handwriting and reading skills; learn about words that rhyme; learn about the parts of a book; read Chapter 7 of Summer Fun with Ace and Christi; tell what happened in a story.

1032 Practise handwriting and reading skills; read about Jedediah Smith in Chistians Courageous; learn the meanings of new words; learn about heroes and enemies in a story; write a story report.

1033 Practise handwriting and reading skills; read about Elijah Lovejoy in Chistians Courageous;write another ending to a story; unscramble a story and put it in the correct order; learn about limericks.

1034 Read about Sojourner Truth in Chistians Courageous; find places on a map; place pictures in order and write my own story from the pictures; practise handwriting and reading skills; write by answering who, what, when, where and why questions.

1035 Practise handwriting and reading skills; use imaginationl; read about Joseph Brant in Chistians Courageous;locate places on a map; learn about making maple syrup; write a story report; create a story from pictures.

1036 Practise handwriting and reading skills; answer "What will I do if…"; read about Clara Barton in Chistians Courageous; write a story report; create a story from pictures.

Literature and Creative Writing 1037 - 1048

1037 Begin reading The Little Green Frog; practise handwriting; use imagination; learn about a dictionary; think how things are the same or different; predict the end of a story.

1038 Finish reading The Little Green Frog; use imagination; find phrases within sentences; make action words; follow directions; draw conclusions; practise handwriting.

1039Begin reading Saved at Seapractise handwriting; use imagination; use action words; write what is happening; look up words; learn about a famous poet.

1040 Finis reading Saved at Sea; use imagination; learn about the dictionary and the alphabet; practise handwriting; write a poem; find the main idea of a paragraph; learn how words can paint pictures in our minds.

1041 Begin reading The Red Rag Riddle from the Ace and Christie Series; learn about riddles; learn about and find adjectives; learn words that show contrast; read and find misspelled words; practise handwriting; think what you know; learn words used to compare.

1042 Finish reading The Red Rag Riddle from the Ace and Christie Series; learn about and write a summary; think how things go together; learn about news stories; practise handwriting; learn about heroes and heroines.

1043 Begin reading Charlotte's Web; follow directions; learn the meanings of new words; find the main idea in a paragraph; use imagination; practise handwriting; draw conclusions.

1044 Continue reading Charlotte's Web; learn the meanings of new words; practise handwriting; find hidden words; remember and write what I have seen; draw and write the parts of a spider and its web; think and write what I hear, see and smell; learn about Roman numerals.

1045 Learn about libraries; learn about biographies and autobiographies; read about Hudson Taylor, Wilfred Grenfell and David Brainerd in Children's Missionary Library; learn to make word clusters; practise handwriting.

1046 Read about John G. Paron, Ann Judson, Pandita Ramabai and David Livingstone in Children's Missionary Library; practise handwriting; write a letter to a missionary; learn the pronunciations and definitions of new words; do map work; write a sketch.

1047 Learn about the Ten Commandments; learn about short stories; begin reading Choice Stories for Children; write a different ending to a story; practise handwriting; find valuable lessons in stories; write an invitation.

1048 Learn more about literature; continue reading Choice Stories for Children; learn about "alike" and "different"; learn about and write an anecdote; practise handwriting.

Literature and Creative Writing 1049 - 1060

1049 Learn more about literature and writing creatively; practise proper cursive handwriting; continue reading Choice Stories for Children; learn more about anecdotes and write another anecdote; learn to use edit marks; learn more about setting, characters, plot and order in short stories; learn about Count Zinzendorf.

1050 Learn to use the dictionary to find information; finish reading Choice Stories for Children; learn to find the main idea; learn about the Morse Code; learn about similes; study a poem by John Greenleaf Whittier; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1051 Learn to paint word pictures with similes and metaphors; learn the parts of a single-engine aeroplane; begin reading North to Amaroqvik; find things on a map; learn some interesting facts about the Far North (Canada); learn about biomes; recognise things that go together; learn about the four kinds of conflict, or struggle, in stories; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1052 Learn more about writing a summary; continue reading North to Amaroqvik; learn different ways to spell the long o sound; learn about homophones; learn about the th sound; learn about units of measurement in the English and metric systems; learn about and write anagrams; learn about silent letters; learn some interesting things about wolves; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1053 Learn more about analogies; learn about a novel, a blurb, and a preface; begin reading Heidi; learn about cause and effect; learn about alliteration; review similes; learn about hymns; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1054 Learn more about Switzerland; learn about topic sentences and supporting sentences; read Part Two of Heidi; learn about nouns; learn about personifications as a figure of speech; see how quotation marks are used; write a book report; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1055 Learn about synonyms and antonyms; begin reading Miracle at Camp Friendship; learn about point of view; answer thought questions; practise being observant; learn about lizards, the moon, and owls; identify the ow sound; review homophones; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1056 Learn more about writing summaries; review the use of edit marks; learn about hobos and hornets; continue reading Miracle at Camp Friendship; learn about comparison and contrast; review the four kinds of conflict in stories; learn about quotation marks; write a book review; practise proper cursive handwriting.

1057 Begin reading A Dog of Flanders; learn about different resources for finding information; learn about Flanders, Belgium, and a Flemish artist; learn about expository writing; learn the difference between facts and opinions; use facts to draw correct conclusions; practise reading and observing carefully; make a birthday card' practise proper cursive handwriting.

1058To continue reading A Dog of Flanders; learn some art terms; practice some art concepts; review and practice personification; learn about persuasive writing; practice writing a persuasive paragraph; review facts and opinions; see the correct order of things; practice proper cursive handwriting.

1059 Begin reading Star of Light; learn about Africa, northern Africa, and Morocco; review similes and personification; understand word meanings from sentence clues; learn about lively, descriptive verbs; learn about descriptive writing; learn about and write words used as adjectives; practice proper cursive handwriting.

1060 Learn about time order and narrative writing; read Part Two of Star of Light; learn about Gibraltar; use adjectives to compare; use analogies to compare; review some basic phonetic sounds and spellings; consider why the author chose the title Star of Light; practice proper cursive handwriting.

Literature and Creative Writing 1061 - 1072

1061 Learn some facts about literature; begin reading The Fugitive King; learn to work logic puzzles; learn to write a paragraph of contrast; review homophones and synonyms.

1062 Finish reading The Fugitive King and anwering questions about the plot; learn about and use coordinating conjunctions; follow guidelines for answering short answer questions; determine meanings of new vocabulary words; solve different kinds of word puzzles; determine cause and effect; write a three-paragraph essay.

1063 Begin reading Christians with Courage; learn about biographies and autobiographies; use the dictionary; learn about root words; learn new vocabulary words; read and answer thought questions; learn about proverbs.

1064 Continue reading Christians with Courage; test skills of observation; learn terms related to news stories; learn to write headlines and leads for news stories; learn to draw a bar graph; see how God has directed the lives of great Christians over the years.

1065 Begin reading Alexi's Secret Mission; learn about the idea of same and different; compare things and ideas; write using comparison and contrast; see how comparison works in maths; recognise and write figures of speech.

1066 Continue reading Alexi's Secret Mission; learn about foreshadowing and predicting; learn to use specific nouns and lively verbs in writing; learn to add adjectives, adverbs and prepositional phrases to improve writing; learn about fact and opinion; learn about suspense.

1067 Begin reading Grandpa's Christmas Gift; use confusing words correctly; learn new vocabulary words; learn how the focus of the setting can change in a story; learn to put things in order; learn to follow directions; use logic to figure things out; learn to write directions.

1068 Continue reading Grandpa's Christmas Gift; learn about diaries; write diary entries; show understanding of certain vocabulary words; learn about poetry.

1069 Begin reading Little Pilgrim's Progress; learn about The Pilgrim's Progress and John Bunyan; discover things about a book by looking at its cover; learn about allegory; learn how expository writing explains, answers questions, compares or contrasts, gives reasons and tells "how to".

1070 Learn about idioms; review the meaning of allegory; review Biblical allegories (parables); learn about the man Aesop; read Part Two of Little Pilgrim's Progress; learn about characterization; read some of Aesop's Fables; examine an allegory in poetry; understand the allegories of . Little Pilgrim's Progress.

1071 Learn about a novel and narrative writing; begin reading Treasures of the Snow; learn about story structure; review conflict and point of view; review time order; identify figures of speech; answer THINK questions; identify sensory details.

1072 Write THINK and SUPPOSE paragraphs of five or more sentences; continue reading ; write descriptive paragraphs using sensory detail; review plot development and identify the climax and resolution of a story; review expository writing; learn about persuasive writing; write a persuasive paragraph and advertisement; determine the kind of writing needed for a specific topic.

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