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Teaching the Trivium: Christian Homeschooling in a Classical StyleHarvey Bluedorn, Laurie BluedornTrivium Pursuit / Trade Paperback$29.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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One of the most comprehensive books available on the homeschooling classical education model, the Bluedorns offer a workable plan for every age and subject based on the trivium of grammar, logic and rhetoric. Beginning with who should control eduction--parents or the state--and the basics of classical education, we are treated to both principles and practical advice. Chapters on teaching languages, literature, approaches to homeschooling, extensive suggestions for various age levels, Scripture, and preparation for adulthood provides the information one would need to make an informed decision about classical education. 635 pages, softcover.
Work your way through the ancient classics and beyond with this literary timeline! Chronologically arranged, this timeline tour outlines major people and events with the primary literary sources from which such things are known. Covering the creation of the world to the fall of Rome in the Western and Near Eastern world, this book features a discussion of history, primary sources, and suggestions on how to utilize the documents. A timeline section features a chart with rows representing time and columns representing the Hebrew/Christian, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Greek, and Roman cultures with important events and people noted. Locate the person you wish to look up in the "Author and Primary Source Index," where each entry contains the name of the author in bold, dates of their lives, a brief biography, list of works, list of citations where important passages may be found, and descriptions of those passages. 222 pages, softcover.
PLEASE NOTE: While the back of the book states that 2 CDs are included, this is no longer the case; the back of the book has not yet been updated.
Delight your 6- to 9-year-olds with a sweetly illustrated story about a homeschooled clan who looks very much like theirs! They'll love tagging along with Mommy, Daddy, and the kids in the yellow house as they participate in meals, chores, lessons, pet care, family worship, story time, and play time on the farm. 52 pages, hardcover from Trivium Pursuit.
Beautifully illustrated by Johanna Bluedorn, this sweet baby's board book teaches the basics of the Hebrew Alphabet. The twenty-two letters in the Hebrew alphabet are written in large font with the English pronunciation explained alongside each letter; an illustration accompanies each example to help children remember its sound. Steps to write each letter are included as well. 24 board book pages. 7" x 5" size makes it perfect for little hands.
The second in Johanna Bluedorn's "Little Bitty Baby Learns" series, this second book is just as endearing as the first. With an original illustration for each of the Greekletters, each sound is taught with an English word and accompanying illustration. Sweet and sure to make lasting impressions in your little one's minds, this is a gentle introduction to ancient Greek and the concept of foreign languages. Boardbook. Approximately 7" x 5".
Mr. Peppin was an orphan raccoon that got adopted by a family and lived in their house for a whole summer. He would eat anything from bananas and grapes to honey and jelly beans; oh, how he loved to eat! Join Mr. Pippin, a raccoon from real life, and find out if the call of his wild home was stronger than the love he had for the family that gave him a home and unforgettable adventures. Recommended for ages 3 to 7.
Useful for learning & understanding the original language of the New Testament, and not-too-long-ago a standard requirement for entering an institution of higher learning, our knowledge of Greek has atrophied. Pick up where our forefathers left off, cultivating your knowledge of the Word, as well as of the English language.
Beginning students should use the sold-separately A Greek Alphabetarion first, which teaches the Greek alphabet and phonetic system, before beginning this grammatical text. Students are given a separate "lesson guide" sheet of cardstock that they are to slide down the page as they read, covering up the answers to questions as they come across them; specially marked sections are to be written in a separately kept "Greek Notebook" to reinforce learning through reading, writing, and speaking the answers aloud. Each lesson has vocabulary cards to be practiced, as well as audio (teacher's guide state audio cassettes, but now students may download the files at the author's website), and a New Testament Reading. A separate test book with tests for every 7 lessons is also included (with answers).
Students will learn about the simple active sentence, word ending, omicron declension, noun gender/neutral nouns, alpha declension, prepositions, Genitive & Dative Cases, adjectives, personal pronouns, and more. 304 pages, softcover. Ages 13 & up.
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A Greek Hupogrammon: A Beginner's Copybook for the Greek Alphabet with PronunciationsHarvey BluedornTrivium Pursuit / Trade Paperback$18.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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Practice makes perfect and this consumable workbook gives beginning Greek students plenty of opportunity to hone their alphabetic skills! Presenting the Greek alphabet in a simple yet comprehensive manner, Bluedorn helps pupils form letters and marks, including accents, breathers, and obsoletes; find Greek letters in words; identify letter sounds and vowel combinations; and read and write sentences in Greek. Includes answer key. Ages 8 and up. 172 words, softcover from Trivium Pursuit.
A Greek Alphabetarion: A Primer for Teaching How to Read, Write & Pronounce Ancient & Biblical GreekHarvey BluedornTrivium Pursuit / 2004 / Trade Paperback$25.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 5 Reviews
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Studying Greek helps develop mental discipline in many ways. But some beginning courses expect students to tackle grammar without first mastering the basic skills of reading it. This accessible and comprehensive text guides students letter-by-letter through the Greek alphabet. Features transliteration tables, letter-card activities, interesting "For Your Information" tidbits, a pronunciation CD, and more. All ages. 158 pages, softcover from Trivium Pursuit.
Each card has on one side one Greek letter - both small and capital, then its correct pronunciation on the reverse side.
Is it "there," "they're," or "their"? What are the five ways the "j" sound can be spelled? Crack the complex "codes" of English! Featuring more than 60 categorized spelling and over 200 phonics rules; guidelines for dividing words into syllables; commonly confused spellings and word pairs; games; and more, this all-in-one guidebook will help your kids grasp our often-confusing language. 101 pages, softcover from Trivium Pursuit.