I keep seeing mention here and in other places about AMitL booklists for different grades but it doesn't seem that they are published for most of them? I will be homeschooling a 3rd grader and 6th grader. I purchased the program outline and a portion of level 2 to use in the interim until level 3 is up if it makes it by fall but I'm a little confused about what books I should gather for 3 when it comes and for 6 if I use the outline.
ETA: just wanted to add that I did not intend this to be a criticism so I hope it doesn't sound like that. Looking over the Year 2 guide and the woods, fields, and forest study, I'm very impressed. This is laid out so clearly it doesn't overwhelm my poor ADHD brain.
I'm hoping to have the first term of Year Three: The Complete Guide (for the Curriculum by Years scope and sequence) ready by the fall.
But, I do plan to work on lesson plans for the Programs as soon as I have the outline guides finished. :) I'm currently working on the first four programs for the first two levels (LSB and LSA).
Currently, I have published the Program 1 guide for Lower School B, which covers Years 2-4 and the Program 1 guide for Lower School A, which covers Years 5-6. The booklists for all of these years are included in the program guides -at least what will be needed for Program 1 (or Pre-17th Century history). So, if you have these two guides then you have the complete booklists for Years 2-6.
Each program guide begins with the program and this is essentially a detailed booklist -these are meant to resemble Charlotte Mason's own PNEU programs. Anywhere that you read "All" means that students of all the years covered with that level will read those books. Whenever an additional book is suggested, then it is begin with an abbreviation such Y4 for Year Four. Only students in that years will add those books.
One of the main differences in Lower School B is with Year Four. Students in Years 2-3 will share the same books in American History, but students in Year Four will follow a slightly different scope and sequence. Some of their books have been traded in for slightly more challenging books (while still sharing some books with Years 2-3).
I hope this helps! :)