The thought here is that I decided that we should combine Bible and Copywork in the one lesson.
Basically, I've taken a photocopy master with a picture and a story with which Charlotte reads the story out loud to me and narrates a sentence or so between each paragraph. I write it down, and then at the end she can copy it out into her book. She uses the picture on the left hand side to trace, thus producing these examples.
She is really enjoying this activity, so we'll continue daily until she tires and then I'll probably make it a weekly thing and move her into the Golden Children's Bible on the other days.
This week I started Charlotte with Ambleside Readings for Year One.
I scheduled out a full 12 weeks to give it a fair go.
I also printed out a few books that were on the Year 1 list..
Charlotte is LOVING this book. It is perfect for her!
This particular History of the Church is Catholic... but I'm not Catholic, but I thought that I would try it out since I would like the children to have some Church History. I am hoping that it will still lend itself to quite a bit of usefulness.