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Language Arts

Grades K-1

The Kindergarten Deluxe Package and the First Grade Deluxe Package cover all needed language arts; no other supplementation is needed.

Grades 2-8

Many language arts skills are integrated into history/science/Bible activities in the curriculum including:

  • Narration, copywork, dictation, and memorization
  • Informal handwriting practice
  • Read-aloud literature in Deluxe Packages
  • Extensive library lists for read-alouds and readers
  • Vocabulary (Exploring Countries and Cultures, Creation to the Greeks, and Rome to the Reformation)
  • Letter writing (Exploring Countries and Cultures)
  • Composition in science and/or history
  • And more!!

Recommendations

You will need to add grade-specific resources as a supplement to assure a well-rounded, complete language arts program. We recommend:

2nd GradeLanguage Lessons for Today - Grade 2 (view sample) and Spelling by Sound and Structure

3rd GradeLanguage Lessons for Today - Grade 3 (view sample), Merriam-Webster's Elementary Dictionary, Spelling Power, and Modern Style Cursive Connections

4th GradeLanguage Lessons for Today - Grade 4 (available June 1; use Intermediate Language Lessons before that date), Merriam-Webster's Elementary Dictionary, Spelling Power, and Writing Strands Level 3 (students with considerable difficulty with composition may begin Level 3 second semester 4th grade or in 5th grade)

5th GradeIntermediate Language Lessons (middle third of the book), Spelling Power, and Writing Strands Level 4 (if new to Writing Strands, begin at Level 3 and use Level 4 in 6th grade)

6th Grade - Intermediate Language Lessons (last third of the book), Spelling Power, Writing Strands Level 5 (if new to Writing Strands, complete Level 3), and All-in-One English Series

7th Grade – two literature guides from Progeny Press, Spelling Power (if needed), Writing with Skill Level 1 (first half of book), and Applications of Grammar (if no previous basic instruction in nouns, verbs, etc., also complete All-in-One English Series in the first 8 weeks)

8th Grade – two literature guides from Progeny Press, Spelling Power (if needed), Writing with Skill Level 1 (second half of book), and Easy Grammar Ultimate Series: Grade 8

Consider adding age appropriate God's World News magazine for each child. We recommend parents order World magazine for themselves as well.

High School

Our high school curriculum covers all needed language arts including writing instruction and assignments (composition), grammar, literature analysis, and reading lists. No other supplementation is needed. However, an incoming student weak in formal grammar should complete Easy Grammar Ultimate Series: Grade 8. Likewise, a student weak in composition skills should complete Writing with Skill Level 1 (at least half of the book).

Consider adding World magazine for each student. We recommend parents order World magazine for themselves as well, or read along with their children.

Magazines

God's World News, PreK-12th grade, is a current events magazine with a Biblical worldview. For more than 25 years, hundreds of thousands of students have benefited from the news, knowledge, and wisdom found in God's World News. God's World News is available in three different reading levels.

For information or to order, visit their ordering page, or call 800-951-5437 and use code N4ACIMFW. When you order via that link or with the code, a donation is made to Bible translation. God's Word for the Nations has received over $9,500 in donations for Bible translation work through your subscriptions.

Consider combining your order with other families. Discounts apply for multiple subscriptions (PreK-9th grade) shipped to one address.

World Magazine is a news magazine written from a Biblical perspective, published every other week. We recommend it for high school seniors and parents. You may choose between a digital only subscription or a digital and print subscription. Purchase a World Magazine subscription through our link and a donation will be made to Bible translation. Learn more about what comes with a World Magazine subscription.

Progeny Press

For 7th and 8th Graders

As part of a complete language arts program, MFW recommends literature guides developed by Progeny Press. Select two per year, based on the student's reading level and interests. The following titles are recommended by MFW. They are listed by the MFW curriculum they most closely match. However, any of these books may be used with any of the MFW programs.

Exploring Countries and Cultures

Creation to the Greeks

  • The Golden Goblet (Book | Study Guide)
  • Select a second book from any of the other listed books.

Rome to the Reformation

Exploration to 1850

1850 to Modern Times

  • No specific recommendation — select any two from the books listed above.

The above choices have been reviewed and selected by MFW as most suitable and they are available from MFW. If these titles do not meet your needs, information about other literature guides is available on the Progeny Press website.

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Kit's Uncle Matthew is a strict man, and he expects her to work hard if she is to be part of his household. Kit is willing to work, though she is unused to manual labor and unskilled at the many tasks she is given to do. Nevertheless, Kit struggles to fit in and soon finds herself hired to help Mercy teach school. She also attracts the attention of William Ashby, a wealthy young man who begins courting Kit. Then Kit discovers the Meadows, the great level sea of green grasses that remind her of her home in Barbados. The Meadows become Kit's peaceful refuge from the seemingly endless struggle to adapt to the Puritan way of life. Kit also finds refuge at the home of Hannah Tupper, a kindly old woman living near Blackbird Pond on the edge of the Meadows. Hannah is a Quaker, considered by many of the townspeople to be a heretic, and who some suspect of being a witch. Though she is forbidden from visiting Hannah, Kit cannot stay away. She finds that she needs Hannah's comforting friendship just as much as Hannah, living alone in a tiny ramshackle house, needs her help. Hoping to keep her relationship with the old woman a secret, Kit continues to work at being a contributing part of the family and community. When an illness sweeps through the community, the townspeople blame Hannah for bringing disease and death to their town. Risking everything to save Hannah from a violent mob, Kit's relationship with the old woman is revealed, and Kit finds herself standing trial before the community on the charge of witchcraft.
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In colonial Boston, proud, orphaned, quick-tempered Johnny Tremain works as an apprentice to Mr. Lapham, a master silversmith who is now getting on in years. More clever and skilled than the other two apprentices living at the Laphams', Johnny has the run of the Lapham household. His future seems secure: when he is old enough, Johnny will marry Priscilla Lapham, one of old Mr. Lapham's granddaughters, and inherit the silversmith shop. There he will live out his years, fashioning silver cups and basins and other fine ware for the well-to-do of Boston society.

However, fate or providence has different plans for Johnny Tremain. A crippling accident at the shop leaves Johnny unable to work as a silversmith. He is forced to find other labor, or risk starvation or the gallows. Finally securing employment at The Boston Observer newspaper, Johnny soon finds himself caught up in the on-going struggle between Boston's anti-British Whigs and pro-British Tories. In addition to delivering The Observer throughout Boston and the outlying towns, Johnny begins delivering letters for Sam Adams and The Boston Committee of Correspondence, the secret communications network of the American rebels.
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A Swiss family is traveling to a new colony when their ship is blown off course in a six-day storm and runs aground near an uninhabited island. The father, mother, and their four sons escape the wrecked ship and make their way ashore to find that they are the only survivors of the wreck. Salvaging what resources they can from the wreck, the family begins carving out a solitary existence on the island, uncertain when or if a rescue ship will arrive.

Despite dangerous animals, torrential monsoons, and the loneliness of isolation, they face all their hardships with energy, ingenuity, and the knowledge that God is with them.
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30064
6.9900
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This study guide requires the version of The Swiss Family Robinson book we carry.
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30065
21.9900
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Ranofer dreams of following in his father's footsteps as a goldsmith, but when he is suddenly orphaned, he struggles under the abusive control of a half-brother. When he discovers tomb robbers, Ranofer is swept into danger, mystery, and intrigue, but he never loses sight of his dreams. This exciting coming-of-age tale brings Ancient Egypt to life.
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In the early second-century A.D., Marcus, along with his best friend and former slave, Esca, begins a quest deep into the northern wilds of Britain and Scotland. Determined to recover the lost eagle standard of his father's Ninth Roman Legion and redeem his family's honor, Marcus also seeks to discover his father's fate and that of the men who mysteriously disappeared under his command. Along the journey, Marcus will discover the true meaning of freedom, friendship, and honor.
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When Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew send for an orphan boy to help Matthew on the farm, Anne Shirley, a skinny, red-headed girl who never stops talking, arrives instead.

From the beginning, Matthew's heart is captured by this "kindred spirit" and he decides he wants to keep her. Marilla reluctantly agrees to this, but eventually finds herself absorbed by Anne's chatter, amused by the scrapes Anne gets herself into, and frustrated with Anne always having her head in the clouds.

As Anne grows, Marilla finds her a "genius for getting into trouble." Yet, as Anne says, "have you ever noticed one encouraging thing about me, Marilla? I never make the same mistake twice." Despite her many predicaments, life at Green Gables is happy.
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These lessons (30-45 minutes per day) provide a strong foundation in composition needed for high school. The Writing with Skill Instructor Text acts as a writing coach, leading you step by step through each lesson in the student workbook, explaining specific ways to assist students (parent involvement about 15 minutes per day). Complete two lessons per week, using the first half of the book in 7th grade and the second half in 8th grade.
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30084
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30084
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In just 10 minutes per day, students review grammar, capitalization, punctuation, and composition skills. Excellent preparation for our high school English program.
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30021
26.9500
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Included with the Applications of Grammar Book 1 Set.
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30013
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CLP49616
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Included with the Applications of Grammar Book 1 Set.
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30015
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Included with the Applications of Grammar Book 1 Set.
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30014
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CLP49615
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Thorough coverage of parts of speech, diagramming, and more. Includes workbook, tests, and answer key.
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30083
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An excellent, simple-to-use first-year course that teaches all eight parts of speech and reviews capitalization and punctuation.
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30010
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The writing strands sequence of books helps develop a strong foundation in composition. Easy to teach with step-by-step instructions; may be re-used with additional children.
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The writing strands sequence of books helps develop a strong foundation in composition. Easy to teach with step-by-step instructions; may be re-used with additional children. If new to Writing Strands begin at Level 3 and use Level 4 in 6th grade.
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The writing strands sequence of books helps develop a strong foundation in composition. Easy to teach with step-by-step instructions; may be re-used with additional children. Students with considerable difficulty with composition may begin Level 3 second semester 4th grade or in 5th grade.
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30043
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A Charlotte Mason-style approach with short, easy-to-teach lessons cover English usage, composition, punctuation, poem memorization, oral language skills, letter writing, and dictation. Fables and writings by famous authors such as Robert Louis Stevenson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and William Shakespeare are included. Prominent paintings are included, and used to develop observation and discussion skills. It is not a workbook, but contains a wide variety of oral and written activities that may be used exactly as written or adapted to a child's specific needs and learning style. One book is used for grades 4-6.
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Designed especially for ages 8-11, this newly revised dictionary includes over 36,000 words with nearly 1,300 quotations from children'€™s literature. Hundreds of full-color illustrations, photographs, and diagrams will fascinate young readers and improve their understanding of concepts.
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30019
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MFW curriculum already includes handwriting instruction in kindergarten and first grade, and practical reviews in all other levels. But when you are ready to teach your child cursive (usually around 3rd grade), you may find this book helpful. A simple-to-use 88-page workbook teaches cursive handwriting using a "modern handwriting" style.
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30020
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365 cards with a variety of hands-on games and activities. These cards are not required, but they will make it easier for you to use the Spelling Power program.
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30004
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Give your child individualized spelling instruction in just 15 minutes a day. This is a thick book with helpful information for the parent, as well as pages and pages of spelling lists for students. In this fourth edition, the program itself has not changed, but the instructions have been rewritten. Spelling Power now comes with a Teacher's Resource CD-ROM with printable forms and activities. It also includes a Quick Start DVD with step-by-step instructions, helping to make this an easy and effective spelling program. You only need one book per family.

Spelling Power Activity Task Cards (available separately) are not required, but they will make it easier for you to use the Spelling Power program.

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A Charlotte Mason and classical approach with short, easy-to-teach lessons for English usage, punctuation, composition, oral language skills, letter writing, and more. Includes narration, picture study (some printed in color), copywork, and dictation, as well as fables and poetry by famous authors such as Louisa May Alcott, Emily Dickinson, and Carl Sandburg. This non-consumable book (not a workbook) has enjoyable oral and written activities that may be used exactly as written or adapted to a child's specific needs and learning style. Spiral-bound, 8½ x 11 inches, with teacher instructions and answers included. Language Lessons for Today was adapted by My Father's World from Primary Language Lessons by Emma Serl (1911), with significant revisions, updated language and examples, and additional new content. For 3rd Grade. View Sample
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30017
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Included in the Spelling by Sound and Structure - 2 Book Set. Order additional Spelling by Sound and Structure Student Workbook copies for each additional student.
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30012
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16221
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An excellent, time efficient program for second grade. A back-to-basics approach using only two workbook pages per week. Words are grouped by similar phonetic patterns. Excellent phonics review as well as spelling, synonyms, antonyms, syllables, and more. Set includes an easy-to-use teacher's manual and student workbook with 34 weeks of lessons.
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30081
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A Charlotte Mason and classical approach with short, easy-to-teach lessons for English usage, punctuation, composition, oral language skills, letter writing, and more. Includes narration, picture study (some printed in color), copywork, and dictation, as well as fables and poetry by famous authors such as Christina Rosetti, Edward Lear, and Robert Louis Stevenson. This non-consumable book (not a workbook) has enjoyable oral and written activities that may be used exactly as written or adapted to a child's specific needs and learning style. Spiral-bound, 8½ x 11 inches, with teacher instructions and answers included. Language Lessons for Today was adapted by My Father'€™s World from Primary Language Lessons by Emma Serl (1911), with significant revisions, updated language and examples, and additional new content. For 2nd Grade. View Sample
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30016
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