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Liberal Arts

All of our live, on-line Liberal Arts Curriculum classes are designed to offer the heart of a classical education integrated into a single course.  Taught in the spirit of Orthodox Christianity through a Charlotte Mason style pedagogy, the courses span seven levels, each on a two-year rotation, for a total of 14 years of unique material.  Classes meet four days per week, and class sizes are limited so that interactions within the classroom stay personal.

Fall 2017 courses coming soon!

Level 2: Early Chapter Books - Spring 2017 Semester Mid-year Enrollment

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Level 2: Early Chapter Books - Spring 2017 Semester Mid-year Enrollment


Books are not included in the course fee.


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Live Session Times and Dates

Class duration: 55 minutes

Teacher: Elizabeth Crispina Johnson

Start Time: Monday - Thursday, 9:45 am CST

Class Dates

  • Fall 2016: September 6th - December 16th
  • Spring 2017: January 16th to May 5th
  • Breaks: Thanksgiving (Nov. 24-25), Holy Week and Bright Monday (April 10-17)

Core Curriculum Course Features

Early Chapter Books Course Details


  • Enjoy reading a selections of high quality early chapter books
  • Expand vocabulary
  • Practice pronunciation and phonics
  • Establish a strong connection with books and an enthusiasm for reading
  • Learn about the world through a wide variety of literature


  • Develop listening skills
  • Practice retelling narratives
  • Answer questions leading to definition, example and comparison


  • Complete creative projects on literary themes
  • Present in class using “show and tell” format
  • Practice writing vocabulary words from literature selections
  • Short paragraph writing based on class readings

Level Overview

Books for the 2016/2017 School Year

Most books can be checked out from the library, though links are provided in case you would like to purchase them.  

To view a complete list on Amazon, click here.

Fall 2016

The Light at Tern Rock, Julia L. Sauer

Mary on Horseback, Rosemary Wells

My Father's Dragon, Ruth Stiles Gannett

The Hundred Dresses, Eleanor Estes

A Gift for Tia Rosa, Karen T. Taha

Classic Poems for Children, Nicola Baxter

Spring 2017

Owls in the Family, Farley Mowat

The Cabin Faced West, Jean Fritz

Charlotte's Web, E.B. White

Classic Poems for Children, Nicola Baxter (continued)