Learning Language Arts Through Literature
According to child expert Mary Poppins, "Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down." Like medicine, kids don't get real excited about learning grammar lessons. But by getting a little creative and coming at it from another angle, there is a far greater chance for success when it comes to getting kids to take their grammar medicine with a happy attitude. That's the mission of Learning Language Arts Through Literature.
It is no surprise that this curriculum is one of our best sellers because it brings kids into the lessons by assigning them popular fiction literature novels to read. The text from the literature then becomes the focus for applying the rules of language arts, including grammar and writing. Students from grades 1-12 are assigned age appropriate literature, which they can find at their local library or purchase separately. After reading the literature, kids are on board and more eager to participate than they would be with other grammar curriculums. The curriculum includes all teacher and student books and includes review and assessment. Learning Things offers the complete line of Learning Language Arts Through Literature. We also carry most of the assigned fiction literature books.