Language Arts and History Curriculum

 
 

Note that the answer keys are only available for the first four levels of the language arts curriculum (A is for Apple through Foundations). The level of maturity and reading comprehension skills vary among students of the same age or grade and therefore a broad range of grades is listed for most of the courses.


A is for Apple (Grade 1)

First Semester Volume

Second Semester Volume

Handwriting Book

Optional Answer Key

Optional Teacher’s Guide

B is for Bear (Grade 2)

First Semester Volume

Second Semester Volume

Dictation Book

Cursive Italic Handwriting Book

Optional Answer Key

Optional Teacher’s Guide

C is for Cottage in the Country (Grade 3)
(Currently titled “B is for Birds in a Bush”)

First Semester Volume

Second Semester Volume

Handwriting Book

Optional Answer Key

Optional Teacher’s Guide

Vice and Virtue (Grades: 4–6)

Vice and Virtue Reader

Vice and Virtue Reading Study Guide 

Vice and Virtue Grammar and Poetics Textbook

Optional Reading Study Guide Answer Key  

Optional Grammar and Poetics Answer Key  

Optional Vice and Virtue Teacher's Guide  

Foundations (Grades: 5–7)

Foundations Reader 

Foundations Reading Study Guide 

Foundations Grammar and Poetics Textbook

Foundations Reading Study Guide Answer Key 

Foundations Grammar and Poetics Answer Key 

Foundations Teacher's Guide 

English Literature and History (Grades: 6–8)

Literature Reader

Literature Study Guide

History Reader

History Study Guide

Personal Narrative (Grades: 7–9)

Narrative Reader

Narrative Study Guide

Classic Works (Grades: 8–10)

Classic Works Reader

Classic Works Study Guide

Short Story (Grades: 9–12)

Short Story Reader

Short Story Study Guide

Drama, Writing and Speech (DWS) Class (Grades: 10–12)

DWS Reader

DWS Study Guide

Great Books Seminar

GBS Reader 1

GBS Reader 2

GBS Study Guide

Online Grammar Class (Grades: 6–12)

The first book below contains instruction on conventions (usage) and will be used in the school year 2017–2018. Containing instruction on the “theoretical” part of grammar, the second book below is for the 2018–2019 school year.

Wombely’s Guide to Usage, 2017–2018

Gentleman Wombley’s Grammar Notes, 2018–2019