In an effort to support parents as the primary educators in the life of their child, we strive to come alongside parents to empower them in reinforcing the core values that each child is learning.
Reading At Home
Reading aloud to your child is encouraged. It helps each child develop good habits to form the “disciplines of life”. When a parent and child read together, invaluable relational connections, as well as academic connections, are made that help the child to thrive. Please review our list of recommended resources which includes books to support parents as primary educators, as well as books for parents to read aloud with their child.
Parent Books & Website Help
The Read A-Loud Handbook by Jim Trelease
Books to Build On: A Grade-by-Grade Resource Guide for Parents and Teachers (Core Knowledge Series) by E.D. Hirsch
Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know by E.D. Hirsch
Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America, third edition by Veith and Kern
Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition by Karen Glass
Supplemental Reading Suggestions