Kindergarten Complete: An All-Inclusive Homeschool Curriculum-(Teacher's Manual, Including Student Workbook) Save 10% on this literature-based, all-inclusive curriculum that includes detailed daily lesson plans. Academic subjects are integrated within thematic units with a biblical worldview. The units appeal to the interests of children and provide a variety of activities for all learning styles and enrichment activities to challenge your child. The program is easy for the parent to follow, and truly contains everything you need for a complete kindergarten program. Homeschooling doesn’t get much easier than this.
Who is it for?
Kindergarten level children (ages 4-6)
What is included?
Detailed plans for Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Physical Development, Fitness, Fine Arts, Character Development, and Bible
Reading practice pages
Appendix with additional resources
Kindergarten Complete really is a complete, open and go type program.
Great for new homeschoolers, those who are easily overwhelmed with planning, or have many students to prepare for.
Spend time with your child- not planning!
Great price on an all-inclusive program that is low-stress for the parent and fun for the child.
Set yourself up for success and choose Kindergarten Complete!
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About the Seller
A+ Publishing is committed to providing Christian parents with a high-quality homeschool curriculum to help meet the educational goals of each family. The methods and ideas have been developed by a certified teacher and tested with homeschool students. Our curriculum aligns with accepted grade level standards and exemplifies excellence in homeschool education.
What is the difference between Semester 1 and semester 2?
Asked by a Homeschooler and Parent on June 15th, 2016
It is the first half of the school year and the second half of the year. Semester 1 begins the program and is 18 units long. Then Semester 2 comes next to finish out the school year. You will need both semesters in order to complete all of the necessary skills at the kindergarten level. We broke it up because some parents will choose/need to homeschool only part of the school year, so it makes it more affordable for them if they only need half a year. Also, it is too much information to fit into one binder!
Answered by Homeschool Complete on June 15th, 2016