Simply Grammar is a modernized version of a text produced by Charlotte Mason in 1928. Geared towards grades 4 through 8, it relies more heavily on oral than written lessons to teach grammar and also includes reproductions of 19th century artwork.
The program's primary mode of instruction is narration, which requires children to explain or summarize a passage in order to develop grammar and language skills.
This text covers key grammar concepts using short, 10-15 minute lessons that don't involve tedious repetition. Parents may want to purchase a simple grammar workbook for students who need more practice.
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Simply Grammar is alright. I used it with my oldest daughter, but I didn't feel that it was enough. It was very hard to use with my elementary children, …
I love that Simply Grammar does not have the children doing a bunch of busy work, but work that they will have to think about and apply. I love how there …
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