Simply Classical Curriculum: Level 3

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Literature, Latin, & Liberty
for approximate skill levels or chronological ages 7-9, or for older children with special needs who are building reading and writing skills

In this level, the student grows in literary analysis, reading, grammar, and composition skills while learning about American history and embarking on the study of Latin. He receives instruction in Christian studies, science, art, and music. He practices memory work, penmanship, and oral reading fluency.

  • New SC More StoryTime Treasures boosted with in-depth grammar, phonics, and comprehension exercises
  • Step-by-step exercises for copying and composing sentences, paragraphs, and stories
  • Sequential mastery-based arithmetic lessons enhanced by “living books”
  • Continued lessons in oral/aural spelling
  • 4-day lesson plans with optional 5th-day review lessons

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1 review for Simply Classical Curriculum: Level 3

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    howiecram

    We completed SC3 in the 2018-2019 school year with my 8 year old daughter. Her difficulties lie in working memory, processing and physical writing. In addition to SC3, in previous years she completed MPK, SC2. We moved over to the “Simply Classical” track after experiencing some difficulty with reading. After a full neurological exam, we determined she would be best placed with Simply Classical. Cheryl Swope has done an outstanding job meeting the lower skill building areas, while providing higher content areas for “asychronous” learners. We used all the components scheduled in this level and even purchased both writing books. (Read Aloud and Bible). The SC Writing Book 2 was very challenging (in a brilliant way) for us. The writing book is very well organized and builds each week on skills, ultimately leading to writing paragraphs! The writing book also serves as a grammar lesson. The history readers were robust, engaging, and heart warming. We did not complete all 34 books, but we did manage 30 of them! We took a little longer to read some of the books than the schedule allowed, but we did not feel restricted by this. My child and I each had our own book and we simply read for 20 minutes 4-5x a week. The longer “Childhood of Famous……” generally lasted 2-3 weeks. SC Spelling Book 2 was equally engaging and full of fun, multi-sensory activities. Cheryl Swope really outdid her self in this level! For a full synopsis of our year check this forum post out: https://forum.memoriapress.com/showthread.php?18241-SC3-in-the-books%21-%2Ashew%2A

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