The new school year is just around the corner (or maybe it has already arrived for you).
Are you looking for ways to have your children analyze their favorite books? University of Cincinnati Speech and Hearing Clinic has a YouTube channel that reads books and teaches lessons related to the books.
This here is Little Wolf’s Song by Britta Teckentrup. When you click on the link, it’ll take you to UC’s video where they read the story and teach children synonyms and antonyms of the words in the book.
Fun Fact: I wrote a review of this book on Jennifer Hallmark’s blog. Check it out on the following link:
Here is an old Disney book, Peter Pan and Wendy, where UC teaches how to compare and differentiate the characters.
For more homeschooling curriculum ideas, check out my post on K.A. Cummins’ teaching materials. Happy New School Year, everyone!