Guest post from Redeemer parent and trusty library pack pony Nicole Schulert It is very easy to go down the rabbit hole in the school library. What started as looking up some wintry bulletin board ideas led to finding a painting by Frederic Remington (1861 – 1909) entitled “The Fall of the Cowboy,” which originally … Continue reading Check Out Adventurers From All Ages In The School Library Right Now
Thomas Nashe's Litany provides a thoroughly Christian response to plagues that have ravaged the world since the time of Helen and Hector of Troy. An excellent poem for the time well delivered by Jane: https://youtu.be/Wf8Rw8CdnmM A Litany in Time of Plague BY THOMAS NASHE Adieu, farewell, earth’s bliss;This world uncertain is;Fond are life’s lustful joys;Death … Continue reading Jane Recites “A Litany in Time of Plague”
Ever wonder why you don't see any unicorns anymore? Levi explains the whole thing. https://youtu.be/LiHaa6SYhWo The Unicorn BY SHEL SILVERSTIEN A long time ago, when the earth was greenand there was more kinds of animals than you've ever seen,and they run around free while the world was bein' born,and the lovliest of all was the … Continue reading Levi Recites “The Unicorn”
You have to see Nora's adorable performance of Shel Silverstien's Medusa: https://youtu.be/-U2PcSrzxls Medusa BY SHELL SILVESTIEN Coil and hiss--writhe and twist--My hairdo won’t get done.‘Cause one hair hissing, “Ponytail,”And one yells, “Simple bun,”One whispers, “Cornrows,”One screams, “Bangs.”One shouts, “Just wash and dry it.”One snaps, “No, curl and tie it,”One hollers, “Bleach and dye it.”And how … Continue reading Nora Recites “Medusa”: And one yells, “Simple bun!”
Here's another delightful recitation from one of our students. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/7IipAbqmS-A Bed in Summer BY ROBERT LEWIS STEVENSON In winter I get up at nightAnd dress by yellow candle-light.In summer, quite the other way,I have to go to bed by day. I have to go to bed and seeThe birds still hopping on the tree,Or … Continue reading Rosalie Recites “Bed in Summer”
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Here's a bit of Christmas and New Year joy. One year ago, Martin didn't know any English and he lived half way around the world. Since joining Redeemer, he has excelled at memorization and recitation. You have to see him reciting this poem and song. He does a beautiful job. For context, the students at … Continue reading Martin Recites All Things Bright and Beautiful
The Redeemer Classical School library opens Sept. 28, thanks to years of work and donations from many volunteers. You may browse, join storytime, or read in the library for free any time it's open. You may check out books and support the growth of our library with a $6 monthly membership, or a $60 annual membership. … Continue reading Living Books Library Opens To The Public Monday
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Redeemer Classical School will be open for in-person instruction this fall. Many families are worried about what school is going to look like this year. This is what we are going to do and why. We will give in-person instruction to all of our classes every weekday during our normal hours. While we will take … Continue reading We’ll Be Back To Our Highly Personalized Small Classes This Fall