Hi there, friends! It is coooold in 80 percent of the continental US at the moment, and Tennessee is no different! But the end of winter is coming, albeit slowly. February marks that time of year in our lives when we are weary of winter and waiting for spring. It also frequently marks that tired time of the year for homeschool families when everyone just wants to quit. So I offer you some brand new memory work to liven things up a little bit!
If you have been following our memory work plans for a while, you may notice that this month’s Scripture memory portion is a lot shorter than usual. That is because we have started using the Scripture Memory System recommended by Sonya Shafer of Simply Charlotte Mason. I wanted to have time to be reviewing the passages we had already memorized without making that portion of our morning time together seem like a burden. As a result, we are probably going to keep our passages in the 1-3 verse range for a while.
February Memory Work
Prayer: God Be in My Head from The Sarum Primer
Hymn: Crown Him with Many Crowns
Catechism: Review Questions 11 and 12 of the New City Catechism (shorter version)
Motto: Family Way #7 from Our 24 Family Ways by Clay Clarkson
Scripture: Ephesians 4:29
Poetry: The Wild Flower’s Song by William Blake
Folksongs: Walk That Lonesome Valley, I Love You a Bushel and a Peck
Free Printable Plans
I am including a free printable version of these memory work plans for you all! I went back to the landscape layout for the smaller binder pages this month, as well as changing up fonts and doing a little embellishing. Let me know if you are using these memory work plans, and if you have any questions or suggestions. Until next time, have a happy homeschool day!