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Beyond Five in a Row Volume 1

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Item #: 001529
ISBN: 9781888659139
Grades: 3-7
Author: Becky Jane Lambert

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Publisher:Five in a Row
Pub. Date: March 2001
Binding: Trade Paper
Pages: 108
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 in.
Edition: 2, Revised, illustrated
Language: English
001529
9781888659139

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My nine year old daughter is loving it! And so am I! I am one of those that by the time we get through all our basic 3 R's I feel like the day is gone These studies make it so easy to do your 3 R's while doing Science History and Geography It also has Fine Arts which could be cooking Art Sewing They'll remember what they have read and talk about it over the dinner table Even my 5 year old is enjoying itThere are extra books suggested that go along with the storyline and you will love them allIt has language arts writing assignments vocabulary words If you already have an intensive Language instruction going you can skip it There is so much there you probably wouldn't miss itThe hardest part is deciding what not to do Sometimes we do them all Sometimes not For example in the book Homer Price Ch 3 somewhat of a long chapter you would probably spend about a week on Lessons are: Telephones and Operators in the Past The Red Cross- People Helping People in a Personal Way (Clara Barton) New Technology- Labor Saving Devices Today- Economics- Supply and Demand- Literary Enrichment- Thematic Stories Fine Arts- Design your own sandwich board- Cooking- Make your own doughnuts- Fine Arts- Illustrating Movement There is lots of good stuff in here If you have a child who bores easily wants something new and different to do Here you go This is what you need They can read the story Choose a lesson or two Give them the materials they need to discover and create They will learn a lot and so you will you Yes homeschooling can be enjoyable I don't know of a product that it compares with It works great with different learning styles even different levels If you have a child that needs harder books have them read one of the additional suggestions of books and study the same topics on each child's level It is a great value
August 9, 2007
If you love FIAR you will love Beyond FIAR The same wonderful literature-based curriculum can be continued to use with your junior high schoolers! We have all 3 volumes of Beyond Five in a Row! They are filled with great literature (a lot of which is available at your local library) There are a variety of activities to choose from to keep every child engaged! If you are looking for a fun relaxed but still educationally sound curriculum this is the one!
June 4, 2013
Fantastic!
I love this book for our lit. studies. Fantastic ideas from crafting to history.
May 24, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
It was recommended to me as a jumping off point before starting another curriculum for for an older age group.
Lesley T on Feb 17, 2017
I love introducing literature beyond just reading a story.
Lori T on Sep 19, 2016
It was recommended to me as a jumping off point before starting another curriculum for for an older age group.
Lesley T on Feb 17, 2017
For ideas and knowledge with unit studies with my first year of homeschooling.
Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
I love introducing literature beyond just reading a story.
Lori T on Sep 19, 2016
It was highly recommended to me by a friend.
Sara G on Sep 12, 2016
I found this on the five in a row website
Carl R on Aug 8, 2016
To keep my daughter reading
Diane L on Jul 12, 2016
This purchase is to help my son with the literature package. We are hoping that it re-inspires his love of learning.
Shelly L on May 9, 2016
Our first year homeschooling and a newborn on the way. I wanted something familiar and exciting to get us started on the right foot. As a former early educator, unit studies are something I have experience with and after seeing the sample pages and reading reviews, this curriculum option looks like the best fit for our family
Janelle L on Apr 30, 2016
We feel that unit studies make learning more interesting and enjoyable.
Nicole R on Mar 3, 2016
I read about it on a blog!
nicole h on Oct 5, 2015
For ideas and knowledge with unit studies with my first year of homeschooling.
Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
It was highly recommended to me by a friend.
Sara G on Sep 12, 2016
Beyond FIAR.... Is volume I meant to cover an entire school year?
A shopper on May 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No. Volume 1 will not cover an entire school year. It depends on how quickly you read through the books. A chapter a day is a quicker pace and you will complete books sooner. If you cover a chapter every other day and take your time on the lessons and projects the volume will last longer.
For example, if the average book is ten chapters you could spend 2-6 weeks on one book. Each volume covers 4 books. So you could complete a volume in 2-4 months depending on your depth, pace and interest.
on the five in a row website they show a more modern cover and I assume a newer addition. Is that one available?
A shopper on May 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, we are currently stocking the edition with the updated covers. I apologize for the incorrect graphic. We'll be working to get those updated.
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    My nine year old daughter is loving it! And so am I! I am one of those that by the time we get through all our basic 3 R's I feel like the day is gone These studies make it so easy to do your 3 R's while doing Science History and Geography It also has Fine Arts which could be cooking Art Sewing They'll remember what they have read and talk about it over the dinner table Even my 5 year old is enjoying itThere are extra books suggested that go along with the storyline and you will love them allIt has language arts writing assignments vocabulary words If you already have an intensive Language instruction going you can skip it There is so much there you probably wouldn't miss itThe hardest part is deciding what not to do Sometimes we do them all Sometimes not For example in the book Homer Price Ch 3 somewhat of a long chapter you would probably spend about a week on Lessons are: Telephones and Operators in the Past The Red Cross- People Helping People in a Personal Way (Clara Barton) New Technology- Labor Saving Devices Today- Economics- Supply and Demand- Literary Enrichment- Thematic Stories Fine Arts- Design your own sandwich board- Cooking- Make your own doughnuts- Fine Arts- Illustrating Movement There is lots of good stuff in here If you have a child who bores easily wants something new and different to do Here you go This is what you need They can read the story Choose a lesson or two Give them the materials they need to discover and create They will learn a lot and so you will you Yes homeschooling can be enjoyable I don't know of a product that it compares with It works great with different learning styles even different levels If you have a child that needs harder books have them read one of the additional suggestions of books and study the same topics on each child's level It is a great value
    August 9, 2007
    If you love FIAR you will love Beyond FIAR The same wonderful literature-based curriculum can be continued to use with your junior high schoolers! We have all 3 volumes of Beyond Five in a Row! They are filled with great literature (a lot of which is available at your local library) There are a variety of activities to choose from to keep every child engaged! If you are looking for a fun relaxed but still educationally sound curriculum this is the one!
    June 4, 2013
    Fantastic!
    I love this book for our lit. studies. Fantastic ideas from crafting to history.
    May 24, 2016
    Purchased
    1 year ago
  • Q & A
    Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
    Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 16 answers
    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    It was recommended to me as a jumping off point before starting another curriculum for for an older age group.
    Lesley T on Feb 17, 2017
    I love introducing literature beyond just reading a story.
    Lori T on Sep 19, 2016
    It was recommended to me as a jumping off point before starting another curriculum for for an older age group.
    Lesley T on Feb 17, 2017
    For ideas and knowledge with unit studies with my first year of homeschooling.
    Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
    I love introducing literature beyond just reading a story.
    Lori T on Sep 19, 2016
    It was highly recommended to me by a friend.
    Sara G on Sep 12, 2016
    I found this on the five in a row website
    Carl R on Aug 8, 2016
    To keep my daughter reading
    Diane L on Jul 12, 2016
    This purchase is to help my son with the literature package. We are hoping that it re-inspires his love of learning.
    Shelly L on May 9, 2016
    Our first year homeschooling and a newborn on the way. I wanted something familiar and exciting to get us started on the right foot. As a former early educator, unit studies are something I have experience with and after seeing the sample pages and reading reviews, this curriculum option looks like the best fit for our family
    Janelle L on Apr 30, 2016
    We feel that unit studies make learning more interesting and enjoyable.
    Nicole R on Mar 3, 2016
    I read about it on a blog!
    nicole h on Oct 5, 2015
    For ideas and knowledge with unit studies with my first year of homeschooling.
    Monette G on Oct 4, 2016
    It was highly recommended to me by a friend.
    Sara G on Sep 12, 2016
    Beyond FIAR.... Is volume I meant to cover an entire school year?
    A shopper on May 21, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: No. Volume 1 will not cover an entire school year. It depends on how quickly you read through the books. A chapter a day is a quicker pace and you will complete books sooner. If you cover a chapter every other day and take your time on the lessons and projects the volume will last longer.
    For example, if the average book is ten chapters you could spend 2-6 weeks on one book. Each volume covers 4 books. So you could complete a volume in 2-4 months depending on your depth, pace and interest.
    on the five in a row website they show a more modern cover and I assume a newer addition. Is that one available?
    A shopper on May 11, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, we are currently stocking the edition with the updated covers. I apologize for the incorrect graphic. We'll be working to get those updated.
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