Volume 4
Volume 4
Volume 4

Volume 4

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Welcome to Volume 4! This volume is all about new beginnings. The hymn of the month (Christian Edition only) is Be Thou My Vision, a favorite for the start of the new school year. This month's folk song celebrates Ontario, Canada with a fun-to-sing tune that is full of hope for the future. The secular version includes a beautiful folk song called the Canadian Boat Song, and a list of the Canadian Provinces and Territories to go along with it in the new memory work page. 

Choose between a digital download of the inserts only or a ready-to-use menu pre-filled with four, 8.5"x11" double-sided, full color inserts printed on high quality card stock plus a free digital copy. These open and go menus make it easy to enjoy important subjects as a family, with no prep!

Christian Edition Includes:

  • Charlotte Mason's Motto Christian Affirmation (I am, I can, I ought, I will)
  • Scripture Verses: Psalm 133 NIV
  • Hymn: Be Thou My Vision (This is our favorite version to sing along with. It's a guitar tutorial, but he sings from 1:17-4:50)
  • Poem: Trees by Sara Coleridge
  • Folk Song: A Place to Stand, a Place to Grow (Ontario)
  • Shakespeare: Sonnet 65

Secular Edition Includes:

YouTube versions of the songs are linked above. YouTube lyrics may vary slightly from the printed versions. 


Our menus can be used again and again. Easily replace the original inserts with pages of your choice to fit your family's needs. The clear viewing surfaces are ideal for dry-erase markers, and can hold math facts, calendar pages, etc. Gently wipe with a damp cloth to clean. 

Choose between Christian or secular versions. The digital download will arrive in your email within 24 hours. Nothing will be shipped.


Be sure to check out the other volumes - Volume 1 has just affirmation, songs, and poetry, and is perfect for families new to menus, Volume 2 includes everything garden, and Volume 3 has a modern folk song from the Okee Dokee Brothers! Each volume has new content and they do not need to be used in order.