“I loved the unit study format of this curriculum and how it incorporates skills and concepts learned in past years. It encourages my child to think, and many days he continues to read and learn about the unit themes after the school day has ended.”
This all-inclusive, literature-based curriculum provides detailed lesson plans created around thematic units with a biblical worldview. These units cover skills in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Physical Development, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible. The teacher’s manual includes step-by-step instructions, activities for different learning styles, all practice worksheets for each lesson, reading practice pages, enrichment activities to challenge advanced learners, instructions for art projects, handwriting guidelines, and an appendix with resources.
Student workbook pages are designed to reinforce the daily concepts and are a required part of the curriculum.
Everything for each semester is in one sturdy binder to help keep parents organized, and to simplify the sometimes overwhelming process of homeschooling. Pages are copied on durable paper that withstands daily use and are easily removable for daily use or homeschool on the go.
Spend time with your child-not planning! The program is easy for the parent to prepare and follow, and truly contains everything you need for a complete program.
Use the four sets of flashcards, bingo game, two memory games, eye dropper and test tubes, Cuisenaire® rods, pattern blocks, ruler, dice, and square tiles to help teach your child concepts from within the curriculum. A Bible verse chart, a spiral-bound student planner, a spiral-bound student journal, and a twelve-month calendar are also a part of this bundle.
“I was very happy to see the first unit was titled Farming and uses the Farmer Boy book by Laura Ingalls Wilder as one of the main literature selections.
I love that the lessons and worksheets for each day are based on the literature selection, making language arts and social studies very interesting and relevant for the student AND for me,” Clarissa R. West.