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    Third Grade Enrichment Guide

    Hi,

    I would just like to know if there will be a third grade enrichment guide for the read-aloud picture books. We have enjoyed the other grades and would like to contiue.

    Thank you,

    Laura

    #2
    Laura,

    We are not planning on doing an enrichment guide for Third Grade and up. Our teachers don't have more than 15 minutes a day to read aloud to their students so we can't delve too deeply into those books. Your children will get plenty out of the read aloud books by just hearing them and talking about them casually.

    The science, history, and culture that is taught in those enrichment guides in K-2 is covered in Third Grade and up in their science and classical studies classes.

    Enjoy your day,
    Paul
    Paul Schaeffer
    --
    Academy Director
    Memoria Press Online Academy

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      #3
      Originally posted by pschaeffer View Post
      Laura,

      We are not planning on doing an enrichment guide for Third Grade and up. Our teachers don't have more than 15 minutes a day to read aloud to their students so we can't delve too deeply into those books. Your children will get plenty out of the read aloud books by just hearing them and talking about them casually.

      The science, history, and culture that is taught in those enrichment guides in K-2 is covered in Third Grade and up in their science and classical studies classes.

      Enjoy your day,
      Paul
      I just received the summer catalog and I noticed the 2nd grade enrichment guide has disappeared, and it is also gone from the site. What happened?

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        #4
        Hello.

        The 2nd grade enrichment guide has never existed yet. We are completing it this summer!

        Cheers,

        Tanya

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          #5
          There was a second grade enrichment guide listed on line (at least on the individual lesson plans page) which was a simple reprint of the read-aloud titles by week with the music, art, and optional science/social studies titles inserted. That "guide" had no additional notes or suggestions. It was more like a reading guide for the read aloud titles.

          I think the word "enrichment" was being used twice to mean two different things.


          Jen
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            #6
            Right. That is the Second Grade Enrichment Lesson Plans. It is taken directly from the Second Grade Curriculum Guide and can be purchased here: http://www.memoriapress.com/curriculum/individual-lesson-plans-subject?field_subject_tid=382

            The Second Grade Enrichment Guide is coming by the end of the summer!

            Thanks for the clarification.

            Tanya

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