Intro to Shakespeare
A Charlotte Mason Inspired Unit Study for Elementary Students
In the elementary years, we want to encourage creativity, inspire a curiosity, feed a sense of wonder, and spark an imagination. Great literature is one way to build a lifelong learner. Shakespeare provides a rich sense of language and is an excellent tool to introduce your child to classic literature and Elizabethan history. Allow Shakespeare to be the catalyst to discovering the rich the world of performing, history, and literature
Intro to Shakespeare Level B, is a self-paced Charlotte Mason inspired unit study for elementary students (2nd-6th grade). The course engages the student in the life of Shakespeare while introducing them to figurative language, sonnet 18, and music, art, and science of the time period. Your student will enjoy learning through provided downloadable PDF files, resource links, videos, and fun assignments and projects including becoming a playwright!
Course Materials include downloadable PDF files for the following:
- William Shakespeare Notebooking Pages
- Romeo and Juliet Activity and Notebooking Pages
- Nicholas Hilliard Notebooking Pages (featured artist of the time period)
- William Byrd Notebooking Pages (featured composer of the time period)
- Scientists Notebooking Pages
- Smilie and Metaphor Copywork Pages
- Romeo and Juliet Copywork Pages
- Hymn Study Copywork Pages
- Metaphor and Idiom Doodle Book
- Making Narration Fun
- Sonnet 18 Study
- Tiny Entrepreneurs: Write Your Own Play
- Documentary Sheets
- Resource List
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