Third Grade Curriculum
$440

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Introduction to the Third Year

Introduction to the Third Year Description: The Introductory book provides the teacher with block rotation for the entire school year, reading lists of tried and true books for the young student, essays on the Nine-Year Change, materials list for the classroom and other useful information.   Table of ContentsTable of Contents Introduction Overview of the…

Stories from the Cradle of Civilization: The Hebrews

Stories from the Cradle of Civilization: The Hebrews Description Every grade in the Waldorf school curriculum is inspired by a literary/historical/cultural theme. Saints and fables are the stories of the second grade, fairy tales are found in the first grade, Norse myths and Beowulf will be found in the fourth grade. Here in the third…

Stories from the Cradle of Civilization: Sumer and Akkad

Stories from the Cradle of Civilization: Sumer and Akkad Description: This book covers other inhabitants of the Fertile Crescent during the rise of Hebrew culture. Here one will discover figures of other cultures similar to Noah and Job and other prominent figures of the Bible. There are many opportunities for watercolor painting activities in this…

Humanity on Earth: Dwellings and Housebuilding

Humanity on Earth: Dwellings and Housebuilding There are three books on the theme of Humanity on Earth. All three books employ a “hands-on” experiential approach with many activities supporting the content. We could reduce the overall conception of these three books to the basic necessities of living: food, shelter, and clothing. The first book on…

Humanity on Earth: Food and Farming

Humanity on Earth: Food and Farming There are three books on the theme of Humanity on Earth. All three books employ a “hands-on” experiential approach with many activities supporting the content. We could reduce the overall conception of these three books to the basic necessities of living: food, shelter, and clothing. The first book on…

Humanity on Earth: Fiber, Fur, Fullers and Weavers

Humanity on Earth: Fiber, Fur, Fullers and Weavers There are three books on the theme of Humanity on Earth. All three books employ a “hands-on” experiential approach with many activities supporting the content. We could reduce the overall conception of these three books to the basic necessities of living: food, shelter, and clothing. The first…

Time, Measure, Form Drawing, and Money

Time, Measure, Form Drawing, and Money Description: In this study student enters into the conventions for the measure of time, lengths, weight as well as fluid and dry measure. The four processes are applied in practical ways to the world of measure. There is also an overview for math goals in the third year as…

Grammar, Spelling, Proverbs, and Riddles

Grammar, Spelling, Proverbs, and Riddles Description: There is much composition writing throughout the year in the study of the stories from Hebrew culture. This book supplements that work in language arts with learning grammar, parts of speech, punctuation, letter writing, and furthering the study of phonics in application to spelling skills. Sample ContentTable of ContentsSample…