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Alphabet Smash: Your Child's 26 Week Alphabet Adventure Paperback – June 30, 2016
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About the Author
Christina Parker Brown is a homeschool momma of three since 2000 and the author of AKAHomeschoolMom.com and Alphabet Smash. Her work has been featured in Proverbs 31 magazine, The Old Schoolhouse magazine, Home Educator Family Times, Greenhouse, and others. Christina’s passion is to encourage others to intentionally connect faith, family, and fun. She is a hopeless logophile and always brakes for yard sales. Her writing is inspired from her faith in Jesus Christ, adventures in NC with her Adventure Group, and her 24-year marriage to best friend, Richard.
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And just when I thought it couldn't get any better, I found the workbook, also available on amazon.com!
This one's a WINNER! I would recommend it for preschool - early elementary OR for some older students in need of a tune-up on basic skills. Pick up a copy!
Another aspect about Alphabet Smash that I appreciate is that it includes Bible verses, hymns, and references to missionaries and heroes of the faith that would be of interest to Christian families. Home educators following Charlotte Mason’s philosophy will enjoy the inclusion of poetry, art, music, copy work, narration, and outdoor science ideas. Age appropriate suggestions for character traits, practical life skills, vocation lists, menu items, and field trips as well as traditional academics such as handwriting, math, geography and social studies round out the wealth of topics covered, so there are bound to be a few items of interest that can be chosen for the week. It would have been beneficial to have used this in conjunction with Before Five in a Row and Five in a Row when my own children were young. I’d enjoy using it with my future grandchildren. It’s a keeper!
As I read Alphabet Smash, I realized that I had come across the idea for making phases of the moon with Oreo cookies on the author’s blog years ago and had my son do this activity when we were studying astronomy. The photograph of that little project is still in his science notebook. Get ready for making memories with your children that will help learning “stick” as you have fun together. Enjoy!
Alphabet Smash is a great tool to gently introduce letters and sounds to your children in a nurturing and exciting way.
You and your children can get outside and explore the world around you with the easy to use format that Mrs. Brown has planned out for you.
This little gem is a must have for anyone with preschoolers!