Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue Review

Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue Review


 

 

 

Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue Review www.talesofahomeschoolfamily.taberstruths.com

 

Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue is a collection of bite-sized lessons that teach big concepts, perfect for preschool and early elementary aged children.

 

This reasonably priced curriculum covers the following traits:
Attentiveness, Contentment, Courage, Deference, Diligence, Faithfulness, Forgiveness, Gratitude, Helpfulness, Humility, Initiative, Joyfulness, Kindness, Love, Loyalty, Obedience, Orderliness, Perseverance, Respect, Responsibility, Self-Control, Truthfulness, Virtue and Wisdom.

 

There's enough material to last 6 months utilizing this curriculum 5-10 minutes for 5 days a week !

 

Let's take a look at Contentment.  This is a big one in our house.  Wanting and liking what you already have and not whining for more!

 

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Day 1 -  The character trait and memory verse are introduced.

 

Day 2  - Covers the "I wills"

 

Day 3 and 4  - Consists of review with games and role playing.  These activities require objects easily located in your home.

 

Day 5  - A graduation of sorts with a certificate to commemorate scripture memorization.

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Also available is a copywork ebook to help reinforce the specific character traits and scripture verses.

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While the lessons were short and to the point, my son who is only 4, managed to pick up a few gems here and there.  And, at this stage that's perfect.  I love the grab and go ease of this curriculum and envision us repeating this program easily a few more times over the years.  We will add the copywork when his writing abilities solidify.

 

What a great resource and perfect for any Christian family whether they homeschool or not!

 

Check out a free sample lesson HERE.

 

Pricing is as follows:

Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue ebook only $9.00

Copywork ebook only $5.00

Little Lads & Ladies of Virtue ebook + copywork ebook $12.00

 

 

 

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18 comments:

  1. I have a three year old that I am just starting to think about homeschool with and this would be great!

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  2. Looks like a great resource!

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  3. We do teach character development through day to day life.

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  4. This would be great!

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  5. Yes. I currently go by the spreadsheet found on the Duggar's website.

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  6. We don't homeschool, however I've been trying to incorporate something like this in our day to day life. I normally do bible story time before bed, but have been thinking about how I would love a resource that I could use for teaching them. This would be perfect!

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  7. Yes, but it is soooooo not working!

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  8. We have 4 children ages 5-11 months. We could use these for many years. Thank you.

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  9. Yes, I do include character in what I teach.

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  10. We don't currently teach character in our homeschool, but it is something we've been looking into starting next year.

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  11. Yes, we include character as much as possible! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  12. We are teaching virtue. It's something everyone struggles with from time to time.

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  13. My daughter would enjoy this so much!

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  14. We do teach character, but I feel like we need to be more intentional about it.

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  15. This looks Great! I don't formally incorporate character, but really want to!

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  16. We teach it at home by every day situations.

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  17. We do include character training in our homeschool These would be great!

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  18. We teach character through the Bible, both intentionally and paired with life circumstances and attitudes. This sounds like a good go-to / reminder / copywork resource. Thanks for the opportunity to learn about it.

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