**This listing will enroll one student into this class based on a payment plan. By completing enrollment in this class, you are agreeing to the terms of the payment plan.**
Welcome to Literature Study: Little House on the Prairie Live Class!
Come and follow along with the Ingall’s Family as they journey to the Kansas Prairie in a covered wagon to set up a homestead in Indian Territory! Experience the adventure in this interactive class while we study, history, geography, vocabulary and farming and in this wild prairie literature study.
Home extension activities include:
- grow an indoor root vegetable garden
- nature activities
- bake Laura’s heart shaped cookies
- make Ma’s plum preserves
- make a friendship bracelet
- play children’s pioneer party games
- and more!
Each class will end with hot chocolate and cookie time as I read one of my favorite passages from the current week’s reading assignment.
Semester ends with a Show and Tell Pioneer Project of your choice.
Our live class will be filled with:
- “Show and Tell” of your past weeks’ book activities
- History/ geography – “Did you know time?”
- Literature Spotlight
- Reading comprehension and vocabulary
- Hot chocolate time!
This class begins on August 28, 2019 and runs weekly on Wednesdays at 1:00pm Central Time through October 30, 2019.
Pre-requisites for Class: None
Supplies Needed for this Class: None
Textbook/Workbooks Needed for this Class: A copy of Little House on the Prairie
This class is subject to our Withdrawal and Refund Policy.
Live and Hybrid Class Withdrawal/Refund Policy
(Applies only to classes of more than 4 sessions/weeks.)
- Withdrawal before 2nd session: Full refund of class fee
- Withdrawal after 2nd session, but before 3rd session: Refund of 2/3rds class fee
- Withdrawal after 3rd session, but before 4th session: Refund of 1/3rd class fee
- Withdrawal after 4th session: No refund*
Questions? Contact our Customer Support team.
About Mrs. Jan May
Jan May is a home education veteran and has over fifteen years of creative writing instruction experience. She enjoys igniting creativity and believes that given the right tools and encouragement, any student can write and love it! Jan believes in the group dynamic and promotes an interactive learning experience.
Jan has a college background in Biblical Studies, Psychology and Education from North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is also a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature.
As a pastor’s wife, Jan enjoys inspiring faith in women, teens and children, encouraging them to dream big with a faithful God. She resides in the Chicago area with her husband where she loves to garden, write and play with her loveable lab, Hunter.