In this digital bundle you will receive:
Birds of the Air, by Arabella Buckley
Short chapters simple language, and a chatty writing style makes Birds of the Air a popular natural history lesson text for home educating parents and students the world over, particularly among those using a Charlotte Mason educational philosophy in their homes. This new edition has been edited to bring it up to date for students of the twenty-first century.
As an aid to accompany the text, we highly recommend Natural History Pictures for a Living Education: Birds of the Air, a compilation of photographs exclusively arranged for use alongside the book. Footnotes are littered throughout Birds of the Air, indicating when a picture is available to supplement the text.
Natural History Pictures for a Living Education: Birds of the Air
Enhance your students’ learning and arouse interest in the wonders and phenomena of the natural world with Natural History Pictures for a Living Education: Birds of the Air, featuring over two hundred high definition photographs of birds and their habitats.
Let the words you read come alive and be amazed by the immense depth and breadth of God’s creation, as your eyes examine the diversity of birds’ nests and eggs; the amazing birth of a wood pigeon chick; the sharp talons of an owl; and the variety of plumage in birds of all shapes and sizes.
Through the use of this book your student’s eyes shall be opened more widely; their attention to detail refined; their zest to seek out the objects of their education will be more pronounced. Nothing can be more important to the young naturalist than the knowledge he gains for himself whilst making decided observations in the field, but to ensure a full-bodied representation of the subjects in focus whilst reading from his lesson books, our Natural History Pictures for a Living Education series is curated to do just that.
Intended to be used alongside the reading of Birds of the Air, by Arabella Buckley, as published by Charlotte Mason Beehive, all pictures are related to the narrative of the Form I Natural History reader and footnotes are littered throughout the lesson book text to highlight when a particular image is available to enhance the lesson.