Epi Kardia Christian Literature-based Homeschool Curriculum Using Charlotte Mason Methods
 

Kindergarten Curriculum

 

Note: we are currently updating our Kindergarten Daily Lesson Plans and so have temporarily removed it from our online catalog. This does NOT apply to our Primary Unit Program. We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes. To inquire further about our Kindergarten Daily Lesson Plans, please email us at infodesk@trainupachildpub.com.

 

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Our Kindergarten Program contains daily lesson plans and includes everything you need (besides the books!) to teach:

history                                                  

science

phonics and sound formation

reading

handwriting and copywork

poetry

memorization of poetry and Bible verses

narration

projects

Using a Charlotte Mason approach to teaching and learning, our daily lesson plans for kindergarten utilize high quality, beautifully illustrated whole, living books (not included) available at local and church libraries, used book stores or online at Amazon.com. To see which books we included in our kindergarten curriculum, click here.

One distinctive of this Christian kindergarten curriculum is that the phonics, handwriting and copywork lessons are taken from the books you are reading for history and science - reinforcing everything your child is learning!

The teacher's manual included tells how to teach kindergarten---from the supplies you will need (and how to organize them) to ideas for occupying busy toddlers while you are teaching.

kindergarten daily lesson plans, Christian kindergarten curriculum 

Benefits of our Kindergarten Curriculum:

 
Kindergarten Complete Program features

You can be assured, you have all of the curriculum you need for teaching kindergarten (except for arithmatic), with an entire year of complete daily lesson plans  integrating history, geography, phonics, reading, handwriting, science, fine arts and projects using Charlotte Mason methodology

Kindergarten Complete Program features You will be able to confidently teach your child to read with Epi Kardia's step by step directions,  daily phonics  lessons and phonics worksheets included
Kindergarten Complete Program features Your child will love the recommended, beautifully illustrated whole, living books readily found in your local libraries and online - and YOU won't have to worry about being surprised by a politically correct or biased anti-religious agenda in our recommended titles
Kindergarten Complete Program features You can relax with a complete book and supply list for each unit AND for each week of study, to make planning easy, so you can enjoy kindergarten
Kindergarten Complete Program features You will be amazed at your child's level of engagement and retention with phonics lessons and worksheets pulled directly from the books specified in the program and tied to the daily lesson plans - making these tools relevent to his learning
Kindergarten Complete Program features

You will be ready to teach reading with our included phonics word lists and worksheets as well as letter cards for hands on phonics learning

 

Note: we are currently updating our Kindergarten Daily Lesson Plans and so have temporarily removed it from our online catalog. This does NOT apply to our Primary Unit Program. We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes. To inquire further about our Kindergarten Daily Lesson Plans, please email us at infodesk@trainupachildpub.com

 

 

 

 

 "A Child learns from 'Things.' --We older people, partly because of our maturer intellect, partly because of our defective education, get most of our knowledge through the medium of words.  We set the child to learn in the same way, and find him dull and slow.  Why?  Because it is only with a few words in common use that he associates a definite meaning; all the rest are no more to him than the vocables of a foreign tongue.  But set him face to face with a thing, and he is twenty times as quick as you are in knowledge about it; knowledge of things flies to the mind of a child as steel filings to magnet. 

Charlotte Mason (Vol. I, Part II --Out of Door Life For the Children, p. 67)

"The children must enjoy the book.  The ideas it holds must each make that sudden, delightful impact upon their minds, must cause that intellectual stir, which mark the inception of an idea."

Charlotte Mason (Vol. III, Chapter 16 ow to Use School-Books, p. 178)