This document lists resources for supporting the running of a book club. These resources provide both suggestions for discussions and activities as well as specific descriptions of books you may wish to discuss. The document also lists books selected over a period of three years for one book club.
This document was written for presentation at a Classical Kid's Enrichment Evening discussion on children's book clubs. It contains general guidance and identifies issues to consider in creating a structure for a children's book club.
This document contains tips and suggestions for how to prepare a child for the Kids Forum. The Kids Forum is a monthly event during the school year in which children can present some of their ongoing school work. Also included in the document are suggested guidelines for the duration of presentations, organized by age or level.
This document was prepared by Sarah Schinis when she spoke to our group at the Classical Kids Enrichment Evening in January 2008. It contains many resources local to CT, as well as books and websites that any homeschooling parent can find of use.
Year-End Assessment: Taking Stock and Creating a Roadmap for the Coming Year
By Diane Speed
As the school year winds down, assessing the academic progress of your children is an important step. Whether your year surpassed expectations or was filled with challenges, this article will help you clearly assess your accomplishments, and help you make a productive and successful plan for next year.
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