Category Archives: Rose’s Guide

Kindergarten surprises

Okay, I know I said in the lesson plan post that we were just coasting in K this year. Well, Princess S is not a “coaster.” She’s more a force of nature. The more I pondered it the more I … Continue reading

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Rose’s Guide: PA for the home

Yes, I’ll get to the upper grades too, but I wanted to talk a bit about the material in his Guide that will make you say, “Wow! I didn’t know that was in there! That’s very good to know.” Well, … Continue reading

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Rose’s Guide: reading

The section starting on page 153 begins with the problem of illiteracy in America. He states on p. 155 that “Literacy is one of the keys to liberty and freedom.” Then move on to the paragraphs on p. 155 about … Continue reading

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Rose’s Guide: elementary arithmetic

This is strictly my own interpretation of how to go through this section (which begins on p.231). It was authored by James Kilkenney. Rabbit trail here: James Kilkenney’s wife is named Barbara. My parents are James and Barbara. James Rose’s … Continue reading

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Rose’s Guide: elementary history

This Guide will give you all the help you need to set up your teacher notebook and create your own plans. It even gives you resources for research and lesson development.The section is written by Ruth Smith and begins on … Continue reading

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