All of us, actually.
I don’t doubt that you have already heard about Catholic Heritage Curricula. If you haven’t– and are looking for beautiful, faith-filled, gentle books–then you are in for such a treat.
I love CHC’s curriculum.
I love Seton’s, too, don’t get me wrong, (and as I’ve mentioned before, we’re enrolled with them), but I still like to supplement now and then with a book or a program from CHC. I’m not getting any younger, after all, and I firmly believe that teaching should be as fun (and fresh) for the teacher as it is for the students.
Here’s what we’re using this year with my kids:
- The First Communion prep. from their 2nd grade curriculum. I love the book they have the student make! So does Felicity. (Actually, I love the whole 2nd grade curriculum. I do what I can when I can–it’s all good and Felicity is so very sweet and eager.)
- The “My Temple of the Holy Spirit” anatomy program from their 4th grade curriculum. I see that they now have it offered as an individual book—how handy!
- The Joyful Mysteries of Life, a wonderful book that I am reading individually with my 12-year-old son;
- And Devotional Stories for Little Folks Too (see above photo) which I read once a week (or so) at the breakfast table. We did this last year, too, and my kids have come to really know and love all these characters.
So there you go, a free review.
Though if you send me money I can buy even more of their great products.
Have you used CHC before? What books do you recommend?
Ad Jesum per Mariam,
*Photo by Jem Photography