Character Quality Language Arts Curriculum Review

Character Quality Language Arts is a language arts program that combines the best of many popular programs. Each work text contains all of the language arts instruction a child needs for the entire year, including copywork, comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, grammar, composition, creative writing, and dictation.

This curriculum was developed with large families in mind, and is designed to be used by multiple students of a variety of ages, in grades 2 through high school. CQLA allows children to learn language arts skills on their level, while also learning about a biblical character trait.

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Character Quality Language Arts 
Levels Used: "A" Dates Used: 2008-2009 Likes: Character Quality Language Arts is the most complete LA program I have ever seen. We used level A from …

Character Quality Language Arts  
We used level B of Character Quality Language Arts from 2007-2008. Positives: -It's all the LA need in one place except Reading/Literature. -It …

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