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What makes a complete homeschool curriculum for Kindergarten? I think if you cover basic learning skills like listening, cutting, pasting, and an introduction to reading and writing and letter formation — you are good to go. But if you can throw in some fun that makes it even better — the more fun they have in Kindergarten, the more they will enjoy school long term. My Bottom Line: The boys and I had a lot of fun using Kindergarten Complete… (and) I like how Bible concepts are woven throughout the material.
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Does he have a solid phonics basis? The Reading Complete books begin with teaching basic phonics skills. If he was at middle school level, he may have been taught phonics while at the elementary level. If not, I would recommend beginning with level A. The interest level and basic sight words will be at an age level less than his 23 years of age, but he will need the foundation. You can move through it at his pace. If he has a basic knowledge of short and long vowel words and basic sentence structure, begin at level C. If you have any other questions please feel free to let us know.