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AO Year 5 - AmblesideOnline.org

AmblesideOnline: Year 5

"Our aim in Education is to give a Full Life. We begin to see what we want. Children make large demands upon us. We owe it to them to initiate an immense number of interests. Thou hast set my feet in a large room; should be the glad cry of every intelligent soul."

Charlotte Mason, Volume 3, p. 170

Students continue studying Plutarch's Lives as well as a Shakespearean play each term. They will continue with daily copywork, as well as studied dictation and grammar study. Every scheduled reading will still be narrated, either orally or in writing. Written narration should increase to more often than once a week, serving as further preparation for composition. Foreign language study continues as begun in previous years, alongside the study of Latin.

Which Version of AO's Year 5 is Right For You?

BASIC: I just want to see what I need - a basic, stripped down version, without a lot of options to choose from.
Year 5 Curriculum, Basic Version
and its 36-Week Schedule


WITH OPTIONS: I want to see all of my options and be able to make choices.
Year 5 Curriculum, Detailed
and its 36-Week Schedule

A Basic Overview of Year 5
BibleHistoryGeographyScience and Math
Prophets/Kings

Life of Christ (gospels in harmony), part 1
 
 
 
1800-1914 up to WWI

World and American

Bios of Lewis and Clark, Lillias Trotter, and Teddy Roosevelt

Selected Lives from Plutarch
 
Wonders of the World

Land Forms

Food Crops

Other Vegetation
Biology

Earth Science

Inventions

Nature Study

Math
Citizenship
Plutarch's Lives
 
Language ArtsLiteratureForeign LanguageMusic and Arts
Copywork

Oral and Written Narration

Recitation

Grammar
 
Shakespeare

Kipling, Longfellow, Whittier, and Dunbar

Age of Fable, Oliver Twist, and more. . .
Modern Language

Latin
Hymns and Folk Songs

Artist/picture study

Composer

Drawing and Handicrafts