Everyday Copywork Week Twenty-Seven

Week Twenty-Seven

(April 21-25)

With tax day finally behind those living the United States, we have something a little different this week. You can download and enjoy two free finance-themed copybooks that include both print and cursive printables. We hope you enjoy it!

A Copybook of Money: A Poem by William Henry Davies

A Beginner’s Copybook: To Market, To Market

Find alphabet worksheets here.

Everyday Copywork Week Twenty-Six

Welcome to Everyday Copywork! This week we have one long passage of copywork for you to break down as best fits your child. Please let us know if there is anything else you would like us to consider for Everyday Copywork. E-mail Editorial Assistant Bonnie Rose Hudson at bhudson@thehomeschoolmagazine.com and share your thoughts. We hope you enjoy Everyday Copywork! –Eds.

Week Twenty-Six

(April 14-19)

The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-18 KJV)-Print

The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-18 KJV)-Cursive

Find alphabet worksheets here.

For additional copywork, visit Charlotte Mason Mondays on Schoolhouse Spelling (Lower and Upper Elementary) as well as the copybooks in the Library.

Everyday Copywork Week Twenty-Five

Welcome to Everyday Copywork! This week we have four longer poem selections in honor of National Poetry Month. Since these are longer selections, they will take us through April 12. Please let us know if there is anything else you would like us to consider for Everyday Copywork. E-mail Editorial Assistant Bonnie Rose Hudson at bhudson@thehomeschoolmagazine.com and share your thoughts. We hope you enjoy Everyday Copywork! –Eds.

Week Twenty-Five

(March 31-April 12)

Literature: The Tiger by William Blake (print)

Literature: The Tiger by William Blake (cursive)

Literature: The Lion and the Mouse-an Aesop fable written in verse by Jeffrey Taylor (print)

Literature: The Lion and the Mouse-an Aesop fable written in verse by Jeffrey Taylor (cursive)

Literature: Written in March by William Wordsworth (print)

Literature: Written in March by William Wordsworth (cursive)

Literature: Envoy for “A Child’s Garden of Verses” by Robert Louis Stevenson (print)

Literature: Envoy for “A Child’s Garden of Verses” by Robert Louis Stevenson (cursive)

Find alphabet worksheets here.

For additional copywork, visit Charlotte Mason Mondays on Schoolhouse Spelling (Lower and Upper Elementary) as well as the copybooks in the Library.

Everyday Copywork Week Twenty-Four

Welcome to Everyday Copywork! You’ll find new worksheets here every Monday, arranged by topic. They span many different lengths and vary in difficulty. Please let us know if there is anything else you would like us to consider for Everyday Copywork. E-mail Editorial Assistant Bonnie Rose Hudson at bhudson@thehomeschoolmagazine.com and share your thoughts. We hope you enjoy Everyday Copywork! –Eds.

Week Twenty-Four

(March 24-29)

Grammar: Pronoun List (print and cursive)

World History: Words related to Alexander the Great (print)

World History: Words related to Alexander the Great (cursive)

Shakespeare: Words related to Henry V (print)

Shakespeare: Words related to Henry V (cursive)

Nature: God’s Creation (print)

Nature: God’s Creation (cursive)

Find alphabet worksheets here.

For additional copywork, visit Charlotte Mason Mondays on Schoolhouse Spelling (Lower and Upper Elementary) as well as the copybooks in the Library.

Everyday Copywork Week Twenty-Two

 Week Twenty-Two

(March 10-14)

Everyday Copywork is on spring break this week and will return next week with some fun and creative ways to enjoy the International Day of French! You’ll be able to celebrate all week long with our special copywork selections. Meanwhile, we wanted to share some of our favorite Bible passages and Literature excerpts from the past year. We hope you enjoy them!

Bible

Genesis 11:31 (print and cursive)

Psalm 19:1-print

Psalm 19:1-cursive

Psalm 23:1-6 (print and cursive)

Mark 3:24-print

Mark 3:24-cursive

John 1:1-3 print

John 1:1-3 cursive

John 3:14-17, KJV (print)

John 3:14-17, KJV (cursive)

Literature

All Things Bright and Beautiful by Cecil Frances Alexander (Stanzas 1-4) (print and cursive)

All Things Bright and Beautiful by Cecil Frances Alexander (Stanzas 5-7) (print and cursive)

Baa, Baa Black Sheep (print)

Baa, Baa Black Sheep (cursive) 

Daffodils by William Wordsworth (Stanzas 1-2) (print and cursive)

Daffodils by William Wordsworth (Stanzas 3-4) (print and cursive)

Foreign Lands by Robert Louis Stevenson (print)

Foreign Lands by Robert Louis Stevenson (cursive)

God Moves In A Mysterious Way by William Cowper (print)

God Moves In A Mysterious Way by William Cowper (cursive)

My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson, Stanza 1-print

My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson, Stanza 1-cursive

My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson, Stanza 2-print

My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson, Stanza 2-cursive

New Colossus (The) by Emma Lazarus (excerpt) (print and cursive)

Paul Revere’s Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Stanzas 1-2) (print and cursive)

Everyday Copywork Week Twenty-One

Welcome to Everyday Copywork! You’ll find five worksheets here every Monday, arranged by topic. They span many different lengths and vary in difficulty. Please let us know if there is anything else you would like us to consider for Everyday Copywork. E-mail Editorial Assistant Bonnie Rose Hudson at bhudson@thehomeschoolmagazine.com and share your thoughts. We hope you enjoy Everyday Copywork! –Eds.

Week Twenty-One

(March 3-7)

Bangladesh-print

Bangladesh-cursive

China-print

China-cursive

Iran-print

Iran-cursive

Laos-print

Laos-cursive

Nepal-print

Nepal-cursive

Vietnam-print

Vietnam-cursive

Find alphabet worksheets here.

For additional copywork, visit Charlotte Mason Mondays on Schoolhouse Spelling (Lower and Upper Elementary) as well as the copybooks in the Library.

Everyday Copywork Gardening

Week Twenty

(February 24-March 1)

With spring just around the corner for those living the snowy northeastern United States, we have something a little different for you this week. You can download and enjoy two free gardening-themed copybooks that include both print and cursive printables. We hope you enjoy it!

A Copybook of God’s Garden, a poem by Dorothy Frances Gurney

A Beginner’s Copybook: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

Find alphabet worksheets here.

Everyday Copywork Week Nineteen

Welcome to Everyday Copywork! You’ll find five worksheets here every Monday, arranged by topic. They span many different lengths and vary in difficulty. Please let us know if there is anything else you would like us to consider for Everyday Copywork. E-mail Editorial Assistant Bonnie Rose Hudson at bhudson@theoldschoolhouse.com and share your thoughts. We hope you enjoy Everyday Copywork! –Eds.

Week Nineteen

(February 17-21)

U.S. Presidents (quotes)

George Washington-print and cursive

Abraham Lincoln-print and cursive

Franklin Delano Roosevelt-print and cursive

Andrew Jackson-print and cursive

Theodore Roosevelt-print and cursive

Find alphabet worksheets here.

For additional copywork, visit Charlotte Mason Mondays on Schoolhouse Spelling (Lower and Upper Elementary) as well as the copybooks in the Library.

Everyday Copywork-Valentine Poetry

We are pleased to welcome a special guest contributor for Everyday Copywork! Children’s author Janice D. Green shares Valentine’s Day poems with us. To learn more about her books and Bible quilt coloring pages, visit her at Honeycomb Adventures Press, LLC. We hope you enjoy this special series!

Weeks Seventeen-Eighteen

Our Father’s Love-cursive and print 

Puppy Love-cursive and print

I’ll Sing You a Song-cursive and print

To Win Your Heart-cursive and print

Cupid’s Coming-cursive and print

For more Valentine’s Day-themed copywork, please visit Schoolhouse Spelling-Lower Elementary, Day One, where you will find copywork activities centered on Scriptures which speak about love.