Cadron Creek

Cadron Creek has come to be known for it’s excellent unit study curriculum guides.  Their first study, the Prairie Primer, has won awards.  It has been followed up by Further Up and Further In (a study of the Narnia books) and Where the Brook & River Meet (based on Anne of Green Gables).


 Based on the Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Prairie Primer opens the door to the 1800’s world of the homesteader on the American frontier.

Discover that Pa and Caroline were married in the year Abraham Lincoln was elected president. Understand why men moved their families to the frontier.

In addition to literature and history, the Primer covers social studies, geography, writing ,science, health, nutrition, Bible and life application.

Like each of the Cadron Creek unit studies, Further up and Further In is a highly self-contained curricuoum. This full-year curriculum is an extensive study of The Chronicles of Narnia, which integrated a wide range of subject studies including English, literature, social studies, geography. cooking and art.

Adventurers who read at a fourth to eighth grade level will benefit most from this study, but it may be easily adapted for anyone who is not too old to expand their horizons.

Where the Brook and River meet is based on the lively, imaginative Anne as she grows into young womanhood. From discussions of self-acceptance, appearance, friendship and romance, it moves beyond to reflect on character building questions. This book is intended for high school students with the purpose of growing into the grace of womanhood and the fruitfulness of the Lord.

5 thoughts on “Cadron Creek”

  1. I am very intrigued by the books that tie in with other classic literature. The Shakespeare tie in to this book. I also think that for 4th -8th graders this would be a great year long study since it incorporates so many subjects into the book.

  2. We LOVE the Anne of Green Gables study "Where the Brook and River Meet." If you've been thinking about using this, I'd say GO FOR IT! If you've never heard of this, go check it out. You'll be so glad you did!!



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