American Culture for Grammar Students

For the 2021-22 academic year, our history and literature studies will focus on American Culture.    

Books for Use in Class

Parents are not required to purchase these books for their students. These will be used in class. Teachers will give suggested homework for use at home. Only if you wish to complete that homework at home, will you need to purchase these books.

History Books:

        

Geography:


Literature Books:

                

Art &Composer Study:


Books for Use At Home

 An at-home reading schedule will be provided for: 

Carry on Mr. Bowditch 
Across Five Aprils
Caddie Woodlawn
Brighty of the Grand Canyon

Additional titles to consider:
The World of Captain John Smith, Genevieve Foster
First Voyage to America, from the log of the Santa Maria, Christopher Columbus
Three Ships Come Sailing, Gilchrist Waring
Madeleine Takes Command, Ethel Brill
Sign of the Beaver, Elizabeth George Speare
Reb and the Redcoats, Constance Savery (LHL)
Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery
Becky Landers, Frontier Warrior, Constance Skinner (LHL)
The Cabin Faced West 
Sarah, Plain and Tall
Go Free or Die (Harriet Tubman)
Rifles for Watie, Harold Keith
Among the Camps, Thomas Nelson Page 
Two Little Confederates, Thomas Nelson Page
Freckles, Jean Stratton-Porter
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Kate Douglas Wiggin
Old Yeller
Empire State Building, Elizabeth Mann 

Heroes Every Child Should Know, Hamilton Wright Mabie
The World of Columbus & Sons, Genevieve Foster
























Books and Materials by Level


Humanities II

Humanities I

Grammar

Primer