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  • cherylswope
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    Good morning, Aimee.

    Yes, there is more to the Enrichment plans than in the sample lesson or daily lessons.

    Prior to the scheduled lessons, Enrichment Teacher Notes provide instructions for all of these:
    Myths & Legends
    Art Study
    Mammals & Drawing
    United States Geography
    Music Study
    Poetry with poetry extensions

    In the back of the Enrichment plans you will find specific questions to ask, discussion topics, vocabulary words, compare/contrast exercises, poetry flash cards, and more.

    If you would like the entire Curriculum Manual, you would also receive the full SC 4 Recitations, Christian Studies Learn-by-Heart Verses, and more.

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  • AimeeM
    started a topic SC 4 enrichment

    SC 4 enrichment

    I planned to purchase the enrichment lesson plans for SC 4 — but the sample SC 4 lesson really doesn’t seem to give much guidance for enrichment, outside if what pages to read or complete. We’d used a regular MP core enrichment guide in the past, so that is really what I was hoping for with SC enrichment... especially considering the awesome book choices for SC 4!

    Are the enrichment lesson plans any “more” than I was seeing in the sample? I noticed the enrichment plans are twice (the price) of the other individual lesson plans. Is there more meat to the rnrichment in the SC 4 core lesson plans? Even though we aren’t using the math, phonics, or reading, I wouldn’t be opposed to buying the complete guide for more enrichment.
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