2015-2016 Book and Supply Lists

 

Humanities
*Denotes books repeated in more than one class.
It is recommended that students in 5th grade and up have their own book copies for marking in.

Family Read Aloud Books- ALL K-8th classes

 

 

 

George Mueller: A Father to the Fatherless by Rebecca Davis or order the

book here

 

The Wright Brothers: Pioneers of American Aviation by Quentin Reynolds

 

Five Children and It by E. Nesbit

 

The Singing Tree by Kate Seredy

 

Christmas in the Trenches, John McCutcheon

 

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, Boxed Set

 

Passage to Freedom:The Sugihara Story, Ken Mochizuki

 

 

 

Attack on Pearl Harbor, the Day the US entered WWII

 

The Princess and the Goblin, George MacDonald

 

Inside Out & Back Again, Thanhha Lai

 

Iqbal by Francisco d’Adamo

 

 

Optional for historical overview (highly recommended):

Story of the World, Volume 4 Modern Times book or audio cd’s.*

We recommend the audio cd's as there is already plenty of reading.  Listen in the car, during play time, lunch time, before bed! 

 

K-4th

 

Purchase Family Read Alouds- see above
Classical Conversations Timeline Cards, 4 sets: Ancient, Middle Ages, New World, Modern* (one set per family)
 
The following books will be read at home and discussed in class.  Most will be available for viewing on YouTube. Purchase is not required but is highly recommended. Books marked with a ($) are our favorites and worth purchasing if you can only buy select books.
*Please Note - all of these titles are picture books, not chapter books.

The Glorious Flight, Alice Provensen

Peppe the Lamplighter, Elisa Bartone ($)

Sylvester and the Magic Pebble, William Steig ($)

Casey Over There, Staton Rabin

The Donkey of Gallipoli, Mark Greenwood

Fly Cher Ami, Fly by Robert Burleigh

Born and Bred in the Great Depression, Jonah Winter and Kimberly Bulcken Root

The Gardener, Sarah Stewart ($)

The Lily Cupboard, Shulamith Levey Oppenheim

Little Ships: The Heroic Rescue at Dunkirk, Louise Borden

Let the Celebrations Begin, Margaret Wild and Julia Vivas

The Wall, Eve Bunting

Brothers in Hope,  Mary Williams

The Journey That Saved Curious George  ($) - This book will not be on YouTube

Any Curious George book (Your Favorite) ($)

The Value of Responsibility, Ann Donegan Johnson

I have a Dream: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., paintings by Kadir Nelson

 

The Little Chapel that Stood , A.B. Curtiss

 

Fireboat, Maira Kalman ($)

 

 

 

 

5th-6th

 

Purchase Family Read Alouds- see above
Classical Conversations Timeline Cards, 4 sets: Ancient, Middle Ages, New World, Modern*  (one set per family)
 
For the following books, it is recommended that students have their own copy for marking in.  

Heart of a Samurai by Margi Preus*

The Horse and His Boy, C. S. Lewis 

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, C.S. Lewis

Prince Caspian,  C.S. Lewis

A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens*

World War II: The European Theatre edited by Emert.*

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom.*

Breaking Stalin’s Nose by Eugene Yelchin*

A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park*

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Shakespeare (do not need to purchase this)*

 

Optional: Chronicles of Narnia Boxed set - all 7 books 

7th-8th Humanities I 
 
 
Purchase Family Read Alouds- see above

Classical Conversations Timeline Cards, 4 sets: Ancient, Middle Ages, New World, Modern*  (one set per family) 

 

For the following books, it is highly recommended that students have their own copy for marking in.

Heart of a Samurai by Margi Preus*

World War II: The European Theatre edited by Emert.*

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom.*

Bomb: The race to build --and steal-- the world’s most dangerous weapon by Steve Sheinkin

Breaking Stalin’s Nose by Eugene Yelchin*

Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot.  

A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park*

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens*

Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne

A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Shakespeare (do not need to purchase this)*

 

 

 

9th-12th Humanities II 

 

Literature:

 

Order one copy for each student--the exact version listed, please.  Students will be marking extensively in their books.  

 

Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen (Dover Thrift Edition)

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens (Dover Thrift Edition)

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson (Dover Thrift Edition unabridged)

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley (Dover Thrift Edition)

The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald (ISBN 978-0743273567)

1984 by George Orwell (Signet Classics)

The Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis (ISBN 978-0060652937)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Folger’s edition) by William Shakespeare.

 

History:

Modern TImes, by Paul Johnson

Western Civilization  Brief Edition Vol 2, by Robert Stacey, Judith Coffin

Latin
K-2nd:
Song School Latin I
Book & CD,
 
Optional (highly recommended):
monkey match cards,
 
3rd-4th:
Song School Latin II
Book & CD,
 
Optional (highly recommended):
monkey match cards II
 
5th-9th
Latin for Children A
Book
pronunciation CD, 
Reader for 2nd semester
 
Optional (highly recommended):
Clash cards
 
(Order from Classical Academic Press AFTER receiving emailed discount code from Heritage Learning for 25%off! Code coming soon!)

Logic

7th-9th:

The Art of Argument, Classical Academic Press

 

(Order from Classical Academic Press AFTER receiving emailed discount code from Heritage Learning for 25%off! Code coming soon!)
Supplies
Each family must bring in ONE box of tissues, 
ONE package of Wipes, and ONE roll of paper 

towels.  These can be brought to the parent 

meeting or to the first day of class. Thanks!

*Please clearly label all supplies with student's name

Each K-8 student will need:

Folder for homework
Binder with dividers 
Lined Notebook paper
Pencils- several
Colored pencils- set of at least 10
scissors
4-5 skinny dry erase markers (science, humanities)
Pencil box or pencil bag to hold above supplies
One sewn composition notebook to be used in all classes for contemplation
AND Sewn composition notebooks- one each for choir, humanities, writing
50-100 sticky notes for humanities students
**Optional:  Mod Podge (glue) for all botany students for nature journaling.  Purchase at Walmart or Joann Fabrics.
 
High School Students will need:  
Planner (with Calendar)
Large Binder with Dividers
Lined Notebook Paper
pencils
homework folder
Composition notebook for choir
 
Botany 5th-6th only: 
One Sewn composition notebook with graph paper, like this.  Can purchase at an office supply store or Walmart. No loose leaf graph paper or spiral notebook, please.
Calculator
 
Humanities 5th-8th:  
One sewn composition book for commonplacing OR purchase a nice journal.  It must lay flat when opened.  Teacher will approve on first day of class.   Ideas for how to choose a commonplace book are here.)
100 sticky notes
 
Earth Science 7th-9th:
One Sewn composition notebook with graph paper, like this.  Can purchase at an office supply store or Walmart. No loose leaf graph paper or spiral notebook, please.
One Sewn composition notebook, lined or graph paper for homework.
Calculator
Set of at least 10 colored pencils
100+ notecards to make flashcards, index card dividers, and notecard storage box (Can share box with English Studies flashcards)
 
Physics: 
One Sewn composition notebook with graph paper, like this.  Can purchase at an office supply store or Walmart. No loose leaf graph paper or spiral notebook, please.
Calculator
100+ notecards to make flashcards, index card dividers, and notecard storage box (Can use same box with English Studies flashcards)
 
Anatomy:
Set of colored pencils with at least 20 colors.
 
Humanities 9th grade & Up

3 Sewn composition notebooks*

*(If desired, students may substitute one composition notebook with a nice journal for commonplacing.  It must lay flat when opened.  Teacher willl approve on the first day of class. Ideas for how to choose a commonplace book are here.)

Pens

100+ Sticky Notes

 

English Studies 7th grade & up

1-inch 3-ring binder (for compositions)

Storage box  for index cards and dividers (for flashcards to be printed from Cottage press site.  Can use same box with Earth Science flashcards.)

3 sewn composition notebooks

 
Science
K-6th:
Exploring Creation with Botany, Apologia * one per family
 
Nature Journal* one per student (purchased from Heritage $5)
 
7th-9th
Earth Science
God's World, Our Home, Novare
 
 
9th+
Physics: Introductory Physics (Novare),
The Student Lab Report Handbook  from Novare (One per family. This lab report handbook will be used every year for all high school sciences at Heritage).
 
10th+
Anatomy and Physiology:  Hole's Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 2011 Edition,
 The Anatomy Coloring Book, by Wynn Kapit, 4th edition ,
 
English Studies
 
K-1st: 

Spell to Write and Read Wise Guide for Spelling 

One set of phonogram flashcards per child:  Spell to Write and Read OR All About Spelling OR print your own for free (we will send out a link as the school year approaches).  

 

Choose ONE of the following OR choose a different reading program.  

Contact Heritage if you have questions.  We will use components of both in class. Students will work through a reading program at their own pace.

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons- 

Weekly suggested assignements will be given from this book for Kindergarten students.  1st grade students will progress rapidly through the first several lessons.

All About Reading

This is a more expensive and extensive program than Teach your Child to Read in 100 easy lessons.  We recommend Level 1 for Kindergarten and Level 2 for 1st grade.  

 

Highly recommended:  

1st grade:  Writing With Ease Level 1, one per family (This will be used in class and it would be great to continue instruction at home.  20 minutes per week.)

Leaves from a Child's Garden of Verses, Robert Louis Stevenson or another poetry book for children- Read one or two poems each week from this or another children's poetry collection.

 

 

 

**IMPORTANT**

In order for our families to recieve a 35% discount on Cottage Press materials (the books not in bold below), Heritage will be placing a group order. If you would like to receive the discount, DO NOT ORDER ON YOUR OWN!  Heritage will place a group order and families will be responsible to pay for their part by September 1st with thier first tuition payment. Books will be distributed at the parent meeting or on the first day of class. If you would prefer to order on your own or have already placed your order, please let us know ASAP so we do not order for you; if we have not heard from you by August 10th, you will be billed for your student's materials. Click here to reference the discounted pricelist. 

 

All books in BOLD below are not from Cottage Press and should be purchased on your own.

 

2nd-3rd: 

Language Lessons for Children, Primer 1

Autumn **

Winter,**

Spring,** and

Teaching Helps** from Cottage Press

The Aesop For Children  also available free online from Gutenberg.org

 

4th: 

Language Lessons for Children, Primer 2

Autumn,**

Winter,**

Spring,** and

Teaching Helps** from Cottage Press

The Young Folk's Treasury** (available in print from Cottage Press or free online- used weekly)

All Things Fun and Fascinating, from IEW. 

 

5th-6th: 

Language Lessons for Grammar Students: Fable and Song,**

Fable and Song Teaching Helps** from Cottage Press.

 

7th-8th: 

Language Lessons for Intermediate Students: Bards and Poets,**

Sentence Sense,** and

Bards and Poets Teaching Helps,** by Cottage Press.

Harvey’s Revised Grammar- one copy per family is fine

Print Dictionary-the older the better

Print Thesaurus

 

Strongly recommended:

A Rhyming Dictionary--rhymezone.com is also acceptable

Poetry Anthology--library copies are great or Committed to Memory edited by John Hollander (used last year)

English Literature for Boys and Girls by H.E. Marshall--accessible for free at gutenberg.org

 

 

9th-12th: 

The Odyssey (Lattimore) by Homer.

Language Skills for Students:  Poetics and Progym,**

Poetics and Progym Teaching Helps**, and

Sentence Sense**, from Cottage Press.

 Harvey’s Revised Grammar.-one copy per family is fine

Grammar Flashcards from Cottage Press (free online to print at home or create your own with storage box and dividers)

Print Dictionary- the older the better

Print Thesaurus

 

Strongly recommended:

A Rhyming Dictionary--rhymezone.com is also acceptable

Poetry Anthology--library copies are great or Committed to Memory edited by John Hollander (used last year)

Bulfinch’s Age of Fable by Thomas Bulfinch--also accessible for free at gutenberg.org