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Monday, February 12, 2007

Books We Have Read in First Grade

This is an on-going post to document what books we have read in Camille's first grade year. This list includes history and literature selections. It does not include any science, poetry and independent readers that have been used for building reading skills.

The independent readers we have used are Nora Gaydos' Now I'm Reading series, Dick and Jane books, old basal readers, BOB books sets A-C, Dr. Seuss' books and various other books from our home library.

These books are listed in the order we read them, or at least most of them are!

  1. The Complete Tales of Winnie-the-Pooh
  2. Pilgrim's Progress by H.T.
  3. A Child's Garden of Verses
  4. Me and My Family Tree
  5. Archaeologists dig for clues
  6. Magic School Bus: Archaeology
  7. Mom Can't See Me
  8. The first dog
  9. It's disgusting-- and we ate it!
  10. The Wanderings of Odysseus
  11. The Nile River
  12. Egyptian gods and goddesses
  13. MTH: Mummies in the Morning
  14. MTH: Mummies and Pyramids
  15. Bill and Pete Go Down the Nile
  16. Hieroglyphs from A to Z
  17. Egyptian Craftsman
  18. Who built the pyramids?
  19. An Egyptian tomb
  20. The Great Pyramid of Cheops
  21. Tutankhamun
  22. Arabian Nights
  23. Three Princes
  24. DK Revealed Ancient Egypt
  25. Old Testament Days
  26. Dance, Sing, Remember
  27. Joseph & His Brothers
  28. Abraham and Issac
  29. The Friends of Abu Ali
  30. The Little Brown Jay
  31. Abu Ali, Three Tales
  32. Once A Mouse
  33. Gilgamesh, The King
  34. The Revenge of Ishtar
  35. The Last Quest of Gilgamesh
  36. A Bear Called Paddington
  37. Exploration into India
  38. One grain of rice
  39. Growing Up in Ancient China
  40. Rikki-tikki-tavi
  41. Maples in the Mist
  42. Ancient China
  43. Play Me A Story
  44. Identical Dolls
  45. Mimoso
  46. Too Much Talk
  47. Rimonah Of The Flashing Sword
  48. Tikki Tikki Tembo
  49. A Child's Calendar
  50. A Child's Introduction to Poetry
  51. The Story of Jonah
  52. Hatshepsut, His Majesty Herself
  53. Growing Up in Ancient Egypt
  54. Forty Fortunes
  55. Moses The Long Road to Freedom
  56. Exodus from Egypt
  57. Guide to Israel
  58. Wynken, Blynken and Nod
  59. Oh No! Where Are My Pants?
  60. Waiting for Christmas
  61. Illustrated Jewish Bible for Children
  62. The magic horse of Han Gan
  63. Great Wonders of the World
  64. Ancient Israelites & their neighbors
  65. Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
  66. Fire into ice : adventures in glass making
  67. Writing in ancient Phoenicia
  68. The king in the garden
  69. Milly-Molly-Mandy
  70. The Story of Jonah
  71. In Search of Knossos
  72. Atlantis
  73. Theseus and the Minotaur
  74. Growing Up in Ancient Greece
  75. D'Aulaires Greek Myths
  76. The Trojan Horse
  77. The Librarian Who Measured the Earth
  78. The Persians
  79. The Persian Empire
  80. The King & Three Thieves
  81. The Red Lion
  82. King Midas
  83. How would you survive as an ancient Greek?
  84. Reading-Literature Primer by Treadwell
  85. The Flying Horse: The Story of Pegasus
  86. Paper Through the Ages
  87. A Greek Temple
  88. The Red Lion
  89. Hercules
  90. Time Traveller: Children Through Time
  91. Max & Ruby's First Greek Myth
  92. Lugalbanda: the boy who got caught up in a war
  93. The XRay Picture Book of Big Buildings of the Ancient World
  94. What's Their Story: Alexander the Great
  95. Medusa
  96. Cupid and Psyche
  97. The Greeks
  98. Count your way through Greece
  99. Dan's Angel: A detective's guide to the language of painting
  100. Discoveries, Inventions and Ideas
  101. The Gods and Goddesses of Olympus
  102. You wouldn't want to be an Aztec sacrifrice!
  103. The Incas
  104. Thirteen Moons on a Turtle's Back
  105. Jabutí the tortoise
  106. Romulus and Remus
  107. Gladiator
  108. So you want to be a Roman Soldier?
  109. Hannibal and his 37 Elephants
  110. Buddha
  111. The ocean of story
  112. The Great Wall of China
  113. The magic tapestry
  114. Confucius and ancient China
  115. The Chinese book of animal powers
  116. A pirate's life for me!
  117. Cleopatra
  118. Augustus Caesar and Ancient Rome
  119. Sun-day, Moon-day: How the week was made
  120. The Very First Christians
  121. Behold the Trees
  122. Miriam's Cup: A Passover Story
  123. Pompeii, buried alive!
  124. One hundred and one read aloud Celtic Myths and Legends
  125. Attila the Hun
That's it for first grade, not included are literature readings independent and read-aloud. We did NOT read these books in their entirety! We may have with some but others were sections as Camille's attention held.

 

3 comments:

Tina Kay said...

Hello Jessica!
Have you read all those books? or is that a list you want to finish. I think that it is great! I have IE and I really do not remember seeing white boxes on your site. This new one is nice. It is a big change from your other one.
I saw the pics of your dogs. They are cute. I had two dogs. One was a german shep (we had to put him to sleep) and the other one is a 11 month old Golden Retriver. We are thnking of buying a female and breeding him. That is kind of scary.
Well I hope all is well with you. Take care!

Tina Kay

Trivium Academy said...

Tina Kay,
Yes these are books we have read and I'll add to it as we read more. The Grammar 1 reading list is what we will be reading-it's on the righthand column under Helpful Posts.

We read about 2 hours a day, spread throughout of course. :)

Jessica

Tiffany said...

Hello!

I adore your site! I have 6 year old twins and we are just starting to get into classical education. I have always had that approach (from what I read) but am now decided to educate classically consciously. There is much more reading that we want to do, but because we are formally starting more than halfway through the school yaer, I think we will spend the summer catching up! I can't tell you how happy I was to find that there was a name for my type of homeschooling (my family who are all PS teachers thought I was crazy with all my focus on literacy et all and mathematics. "What about enrichement?" they would ask). Thank you for a comprehensive reading list and a wonderful blog to chronicle it. It is an ispiration to me and many others I am sure. I am printing off your reading list right now for some continued inspiration. May God continue to bless your home! Tiffany