Grammar

Posted On July 26, 2008

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Wait until the child is at least 10 yrs old and he has practice with narration before beginning grammar. Simply Grammar by Karen Andreola is a summary of all CM’s writings on grammar which are spread throughout the series. The book teaches one concept at a time.

Sit on the couch for 15 minutes and go through the book orally together.

Resources:
First Grammar Lessons aka Simply Grammar by Charlotte Mason
Short English Grammar by Meiklejohn

Source: A Charlotte Mason Education; A Home Schooling How To Manual by Catherine Levison

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One Response to “Grammar”

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