Welcome To Primary Language Lessons

 
It is my pleasure to present to you Emma Serl’s Primary Language Lessons in workbook format.

These workbooks are downloads as are the Aesop Fables.

For more information on each book, click the book image below.

primary language lessons workbook    pll workbook

Part 1 is geared for 2nd grade respectively.

Part 2 is geared for 3rd grade respectively.

Let me know if you have any questions or comments. Email me using the Contact Form.

Thanks,

 

8 Responses to Welcome To Primary Language Lessons

  1. Jamie says:

    Question…is this a pretty close version to the Lost Classics version sold by MFW? I assume it’s very compatible with the teacher guide as I see it on your site. Please provide this information. Thank you!

    • Cynthia says:

      The workbook is straight from a 1911 copy of PLL. I am not sure if the Lost Classics changed anything from the original, but it should be pretty close. I did update a few terms and the letter writing lessons.

      Let me know if you have any other questions.

  2. Linda says:

    I print what I need for the week. I also just purchased a laser printer (Cannon) and am loving it ;)

  3. Mary Brodeur says:

    I purchased Primary Language Lessons from you, and although I have no downloads remaining I’ve bought two new computers for my homeschool. I need to download primary language lessons again because my copy was on the computer that crashed. If you can help out I’d appreciate it.

    We LOVE all your hard work though! It’s added so much to our daily lessons. Thank you!

  4. Susie Griswold says:

    Does anyone have this workbook already printed, bound and ready for sale or should I just go to local printer and have it done?

    Thank you,
    *Susie*

  5. Alicia says:

    Thanks for this wonderful website! I have been trying to use PLL and this will be so much easier with the workbooks and added resources -thanks!

    Alicia

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