Homeschooling is a joy with Monarch 5th Grade Language Arts. Accessible 24/7, this online Alpha Omega curriculum has computer-based lessons about the beginning of language, the creation of different languages, reading comprehension, and effective communication. Videos, audio files, and games make the Monarch homeschool course exciting. Purchase of this individual Monarch course grants access to one child for 18 months beginning on the date of activation.
Online, interactive, and exciting: these adjectives best describe Monarch 5th Grade Language Arts, a computer-based Monarch homeschool curriculum from Alpha Omega Publications. Vivid multimedia graphics grab attention; and learning games, video clips, and audio files help explain language, sentences, poetry, and writing. The book report feature asks thought-provoking questions to help your child write A+ reports. Practical projects like writing a free verse prayer and note taking are also included to aid learning.
Academic success begins with a Bible-based Alpha Omega curriculum like Monarch 5th Grade Language Arts. This online Monarch homeschool program, which can be used with Windows® or Macintosh® systems, requires no installation. Within seconds, your homeschooler can be enjoying the excitement of an online education anytime and anywhere without waiting and without shipping costs. Monarch 5th Grade Language Arts also has time-saving tools for parents such as automatic grading and lesson planning, multiple printing options for hands-on review, and a customizable school calendar. Order Monarch 5th Grade Language Arts today, and give your child the best in language arts education.
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In addition to a reliable High Speed Internet Connection and a recent version of Adobe Flash Player, you must have one of the following browsers:
- Google Chrome (current version)
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 11 & 10)
- Mozilla Firefox (current version)
- Apple Safari (version 9)
Best Effort Browsers
Apple Safari (version 8)
*While a number of touchscreen-specific features are built into Windows 10, we do not officially support touchscreen interactions at this time.