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American Revolution Morning Time Session

Want a sneak peek into our beautiful Charlotte Mason Morning Time sessions?

We’d be delighted to send you this 49-page sampler to give you a small taste! (Please Note: The original session is 140 pages, plus TONS of resources inside our online course area, including an exclusive art lesson from the Masterpiece Society. See below to find out more!)

The following are included in the actual full version of the 4-week morning time session:

  • 4-week Calendar with each subject scheduled on it
  • Prayer and scripture memorization
  • Copywork selections from Psalm 31, The Declaration of Independence, George Washington’s Prayer for the United States of America, Flawless His Heart, by James Russell Lowell in primary, elementary, cursive, and a notebook sheet for high school students (and moms)
  • Memory Work: Prayer, scripture memory, and poetry memorization
  • Living Books recommended reading list
  • Artist & Picture Study: John Trumbull with four printable art pieces
  • Composer Study: C.P.E. Bach with four classical pieces (+ listening links)
  • Poet Study: Phillis Wheatley with three poetry selections
  • Hymn Study: I Sing the Mighty Power of God, with sheet music and listening links
  • Folk Song Study: Yankee Doodle, with sheet music and listening links
  • Colonial Music Study: Aileen Aroon, Corn Riggs Are Bonny, Menuet, and Ogni Dolce Aura
  • 4 Colonial Teatime Recipes: Apple Tansey, Queen Cakes, Molasses Cookies, and Johnny Cakes
  • 4 “Liber-Teas” for Teatime Reading: Paul Revere’s Ride, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech to the Virginia Convention, The Wolf and the Dog, by Aesop, Molly Pitcher: The Brave Gunner of the Battle of Monmouth, by Kate Dickinson Sweetser
  • History: This Country of Ours, by H.E. Marshall
  • Geography: The Thirteen Colonies
  • Handicraft: 9-Men’s Morris travel game kit
  • Art Lesson: Betsy Ross Flag in acrylics
  • Nature study: Colonial flora and fauna
  • Shakespeare play: Measure for Measure with links to a live-recorded performance
  • And more!