Saturday, December 1, 2012

What is in the Schola Rosa online suite?

Everything you need to run a co-op in your local town or to do the program at home! See this screen shot for example. It shows you the week we are on at co-op, provides handouts for Morning Assembly which include a summary of co-op activities and suggested lessons for the rest of the week. In a nutshell, that is a whole curriculum (minus math and phonics!). For each class, there are fun links, activities, and readings to help families continue their subjects throughout the week. 
 
How did this come to be?

Schola Rosa Homeschool Cooperative Program was originally created by Alecia Rolling and developed by her with the encouragement and advice of Jodi Schaefer and Christina Durgin for use in their local co-op.  It is now being expanded into a full, weekly, home curriculum that integrates a co-op element.  The program includes lesson plans, worksheets, project ideas, and video demonstrations for Preschool to 6th Grade in the following subjects:
  • Preschool
  • English/Poetry
  • Latin/Greek
  • History/Geography
  • Religion/Catechism
  • Science
  • Music
  • Art
  • Memory Work (Using Classically Catholic Memory)
If you wish to study at home alongside Schola Rosa or if you wish to start your own homeschool cooperative using Schola Rosa, contact The Rolling Acres School at the.rolling.acres.school@gmail.com

If you are starting your own co-op, there are sample forms, handouts, and Video Tutorials available to make getting started easier -- really a co-op manual!


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